BAFTA has announced the winners for the 2014 Oscars, with the ‘Best Design’ and ‘Best Graphics’ awards for the Directors Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, respectively.
The nominations were announced today by the Oscars’ executive producer, Deborah Bailes, and showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Jonathan Glazer.
They will be announced live on Sunday night on ABC’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
The ‘Best Graphic Design’ award went to the Oscar-winning team behind ‘American Sniper’ by Chris Evans, which was nominated for best visual effects and sound.
In the ‘Creative Direction’ category, it was nominated again for ‘American Hustle’ by Sam Mendes, but again won by John Boyega.
‘Best Visual Effects’ went to ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’, which was the winner again for the visual effects category, this time for ‘The Force Awakens’.’
Best Sound Effects’ goes to ‘Captain America: Civil War’, which also won the ‘Sound Effects’ category.
Bailes also announced that the ‘Original Song’ and Original Score for ‘Captain American: Civil Wars’ are now in the public domain.
The Oscar nominations will be aired live on ABC, ABC News 24 and ABC News 7 on Sunday evening.
The other categories, the Directors’ Guild of Canada, the Academy and the American Academy of Television Arts and Letters, are still to be announced.ABC NewsTopics:arts-and-entertainment,animals,arts-industry,animation,actors,art-and%E2%80%99-art,united-statesFirst posted February 07, 2020 10:47:33More stories from Queensland
New Scientist has published an article called What do people do when they’re tired?
In it, one woman describes her life as a graphic designer.
And while she is a graphic design student, she admits that she spends her free time working on her designs.
“I like to think I’m pretty good at designing stuff,” she says.
“It’s a really good way of spending my time.”
The woman says she feels a strong sense of responsibility for her work.
“When you’re doing something really good, you have to make it better,” she explains.
“You’re constantly working on it, and I think I’ve been very lucky.”
Here are some of her tips to making sure your designs stay fresh and your work stays fresh: • Don’t overthink things.
“Don’t overdo it.
If you overdo something, you’ll make your life a bit more difficult,” she advises.
“If you over-think it, you’re probably not going to be happy with it.”
• Don´t think of your work as a job.
“Designers are human beings, and they’re human beings who have different personalities and different experiences and different ideas.
It’s hard to know how to make your work look the best it can be,” she continues.
“So just be aware of that.”
• Be creative.
“I have an incredibly strong artistic instinct, and it’s also a very subconscious and emotional one,” she adds.
“But if I see something that’s really, really good and it has a strong emotional component, it will be very easy for me to work on it.
So if I have to change something, it won’t be too hard.”
• Focus on your work.
You’re in charge of how your designs look, so take care of it.
“Always try to do something that feels good,” she suggests.
“Not necessarily a great design, but something that makes me happy, which is a great feeling.”