Create a character. This character can be a letter, a person, an animal or any type of illustration, use your imagination. This character will play the main role in your animation.
Take this character and draw it in five different exaggerated poses. In each of these poses the character has to express some kind of emotion (like love, anger, dislike, distaste, happiness and so on). Keep the animation principles in mind when you draw your character.
If the idea is at the heart of everything, then I would like you to think of a movie that you love. Then look at its current title sequence and come up with a new one.
Sketch up the rough idea in the form of a storyboard. Your storyboard needs to be at 30 frames and should be for at least 1minute of motion design
Please scan and upload this activity to your WordPress blog.
Below you will find Opening of Alice in Wonderland.
- In your own words, describe the procedure of planning a fashion shoot. You don’t need to go into too much detail, a short outline will do.
once you know the concept, you should find a location, model, stylist and a makeup artist. You should also make a mood boards, storyboard and a shotlist.
- What are the stylist’s duties?
To make sure that the model looks good and have all needed accessories.
- List your duties as photographer
make a shotlist, get all necessary equipment and permissions. Create good work atmosphere.
- What equipment would you take along on the Alice in Wonderland shoot that was featured in this module?
- Find an editorial fashion spread in a fashion magazine. Explain what you think the concept was, what equipment they used and how the location affected the concept. Scan or photograph the shoot and hand it in along with your answer.
Watch the tutorial on Lynda.com: Douglas Kirkland on Photography: Editorial Assignment
- Plan a Snow White themed fashion shoot.
- Create a mood board for hair, make-up and fashion.
- Create a storyboard
- Create a shot list
- Create a timeline for the shoot day
Could you please take a look and mark which logo you like most?
Having read the basics of surveys in detail, choose someone you know (other than yourself) and create a logo for that person according to the two steps below. The person may be a family member, a friend, a fellow student, a celebrity or anyone you could physically interview and who would be able to participate in your interview.
Look at the Core Interview Questions on page 103 and conduct an interview with your chosen individual. Make sure that you get the data on what the person’s persona is: Who are they? What are their personal goals? How do they define success? Etc.
Now use this person’s name to create a logo for him/her. Remember to keep the previous criteria and guidelines we’ve covered on logos in mind. For the purposes of this assignment, you should create three logo options (of which at least one should be in full colour). There are no restrictions such as type-only, etc. so be creative! It is important, though, to treat this as a professional logo execution, which the “client” may wish to use in his/her own capacity.
Publish the answers/data from your survey as well as a rationale (a document in which you explain and interpret your ideas) for your logos, based on this research. Also hand in the three options of the logos as PDFs and tell me which one is your favourite, as well as which one your client preferred.
- Refer to the Brand Brief Schematic on p.121 and write, in detail, the following about your client from Assignment 1:
- Vision and mission
- Key products or services – list these in detail
- Key competitors – list three
- Competitive advantage
- Key stakeholders
- Value proposition
- Target market
- Gather your findings and analyse the one or two interviews you’ve done. Then type up your findings and create your own brief. Your brief should include any insight you may have gained from these interviews. The purpose of the brief is to create a brand. This step of the assignment is the creation of a brief only – you do not have to develop the brand yet.
Publish your data from Step 1 and your brief in Step 2 in PDF format. Make sure that the document is neat and well presented
A Knack for Names
Consider the tips on Inspiration given in your prescribed book and create a name for an ice cream. The ice cream has a range of different flavours, but the unique aspect it should communicate is the fact that it is the coldest ice cream in existence. Now come up with five name options for this product (you should not spend more than a few minutes on each name) using inspiration from:
- Latin – Gelidus
- Colours – Azure
- Metaphors – Frozen Dreams
- Science – Nitrogenic
- Myths – Boreas
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