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Tip 6: Design for Movement

In each of your boards, identify what will be moving and what will remain still. When choosing color, make sure that the colors in your backgrounds and still objects do not compete with the colors in your moving subjects. The goal is to draw the eye towards your subject and to not allow the less important still objects to distract from the action. Think about desaturating the colors in your backgrounds or still objects, and let your star have the spotlight.

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