I’m still confused and the deadline is in less than 3 days! Before half term I ‘decided’ I was going to make a set of GIFs, made from layers of collage, text from the interview and hand-drawn/painted imagery. However, one of my really early tests which had a really positive review was two clips filmed… Continue reading Planning Final Outcome
Creating a taxonomy of my work allowed me to identify my most successful outcomes; the GIF below is my favourite for several reasons: The oak leaves reference the English side of my heritage, without being as literal or ‘loud’ as the Union Jack or British passport The text contains excerpts from the interview with my… Continue reading Deconstruction
With the deadline getting closer, I really want to resolve my project. I have done a fair amount of research and quite a lot of testing, but I’m still quite confused and the time pressure is making panicky and indecisive! I don’t know what I want to present in the exhibition. My tutor suggested that I… Continue reading Visual Review & Taxonomy
Following my Formative Feedback, I realised that in order to force myself to create quick experiments without planning the outcome, I needed to put time pressure on myself. Earlier on this year, when working on book cover designs, I was challenged to sketch 100 layout ideas in 2 hours. Today, I tasked myself with making 50 quick… Continue reading Quick Tests!
I wanted to try layering two clips from Vietnam over eachother, just to see what it looked like. I’ve never used Adobe Premiere Pro before… so it took a couple of tries to find out how to correctly export it for YouTube. I still need to get the proportions right to get rid of the… Continue reading Video Montage