After animating the first scenes of Dana, I rendered them and found that they didn't seem right. So I went back and added a few things (tapping her foot, biting her nails, and eventually tugging at her fingers, much more lively). Since I'll need to render her again, and These are still the first scenes being done, I went back and adjusted the lighting to reflect the cloudy day that will be outside. I also fixed Dana subsurface scattering so it's not as prominent. Along with this I adjusted her eyes and added a light to give them a nice sparkle. I did this to all the model to get the best look I can. I'll start rendering her scenes this week after adjusting the camera. I'm taking inspiration for camera positions from my favorite film makers. This means I'm watching a lot of Wes Anderson and Coen Brothers films.