The next workshop we had with the mulberry student again involveed the use of adobe premiere except this time we would be recording sound and using the software to cut and edit the sound as we pleased.
After finishing the type for the animation sign I looked at duplicating it multiple time on the page and mirroring it in rows I think doing this filled the emptiness on the page and rather than just on word floating in a page.
To take my ideas further I wanted to find a font I thought was good for signage and trace over it to create a display type for the signage. Continue reading Impression Studio: Project 4, Riso Show Animation Signage Further Development
I decided to rethink my idea for the animation signage and decided to take a more illustrative approach to it. I started as usual with rough sketches. Continue reading Impression Studio: Project 4, Riso Show Animation Signage Back to the Drawing Board
When I was asked to create signage for the animation department instead of the inventivity studio I was abit releaved as I felt like I got a bit more freedom with how I could produce a design that actually corresponded well with the subject. Continue reading Impression Studio: Project 4, Riso Show Animation Signage Initial Ideas
Over the course of the first term the students working in the impression studio have each been asked the create an edition of 25 A5 poster zines containing an article about innovation in the publishing industry. The poster zine also had to fold out to reveal a typographic poster that could coincide with the theme of the article. There were a few specifications the zine had to have a front cover with a title of our choice it also had to incorporate the impression studio manifesto and a binding system to accompany the zines. Continue reading Impression Studio: Publishing Unbound, Poster Zine Research and Brief
Before starting my video I needed to create some rough storyboards to help give the idea a loose structure to be built on. I started off by roughly drawing some of the panels for the beginning of the video. These were just initial ideas that I wanted to get on paper to work from. The idea for the beginning was for the individual pieces to move onto screen and form the figure. Continue reading Creative Industry Practice, Pastiche 1560: Rough transitions/ Storyboards
For my Pastiche video I thought the best option for how to make it would be as a stop motion piece the idea for this is to then use the still images to re-create the frames for the beginning section of the video digitally to try and emulate Malika Favres style more. Continue reading Creative Industry Practice, Pastiche 1560: Initial development
This pastiche video I found on Youtube by channel #matrixerrorhas some interesting transitions and also uses alot of the same elements from Malikas work that I had thought about you using aswell. Continue reading Creative Industry Practice: Pastiche 1560 watching Hide and Seek – Malika Favre, Pastiche Video
Today we went to one of the CASS Hot House Talks during our lunch hour. We got a chance to hear Russell Weekes talk about some of his work and his experiences whilst working in the industry. Continue reading Hot House Talks: Russell Weekes