Tuesday, 31 January 2017
Monday, 30 January 2017
Sunday, 29 January 2017
Friday, 27 January 2017
Wednesday, 25 January 2017
In todays character design class, we were given a task to make a gadget specialised for one character. My character was minion (Bob) and my item was lantern. I really enjoyed making these!
Later on in the class, we had to make characters which were from specific environment. My environment was the kitchen.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Monday, 23 January 2017
Saturday, 21 January 2017
Modern (With more advanced technology):
1. The artist was inspired from childhood to make the most beautiful kites, that no one has ever seen it. But as he grows up this idea gets dull. (after some years) Coming back from work he sees a child crying becouse of his broken kite. But he also notices that his mother is dragging him away without any concer of cheering him up. At that moment artist realises how people are blind, not seeing the beauty in simple things and not caring for others. He comes back home, runs into a laboratory to experiment with different kind of kites, trying to make most of what he has. Later on releasing them into the sky so people would notice it and cheerish it. Every kite would have a nice message on it, for people to see when the kites lands.
2. Kite racing! - Child in early age gets inspired by kite racing, but because he is little, he can't attend the race. Without asking parents' permission he still attends the race. But after his kite gets destroyed by opponents, he gives up on races. Too shameful for him to try it again. After 8 years, when he is fully grown up, he makes powerful rocket boosted kite. As the race begins he knows that his opponents are same from before, using all nasty illegal tricks to defeat him in the race. (The race begins, kites fly around tricky obstacles trying to avoid any collision, opponents use illegal tricks) After a while main character wins against them. At the end he wins the reward for 1st place.
Historical (Basic/pre-historical technology):
3. Little kid gets inspired by his father. As his father is an artist and engineer, trying to make flying objects. Because he doesn't have time to spend with his child, the child wander around in his laboratory and makes simple kites. As the father notices that his child made that, he applies the Childs technique to make objects fly in the sky. Nevertheless, seeing his work community gives him a medal for his work.
4. Main character loves birds and the way they can fly. Because he is an artist, he draw many models of wings. The main character can't walk, so he is stuck in a wheelchair. People around him ignore him and call him useless. Everyone in the city is dull and mean to each other, only because of dark magic which is coming from the cursed clouds in the sky. The protagonist, goes to his art laboratory and invents/creates a kite, to save the city. The artist goes on a high hill. He connects the wheelchair to the kite and jumps off the hill. While gliding down, he pulls the lever - it opens bigger kites "wings", making him glide up to the sky and clear the clouds. The curse is cleared and everyone becomes normal, helpful and friendly.
|Fig. 1 “La Jetée” Poster|
“La Jetée” is a French science fiction film made by Chris Marker in 1962. Chris Marker is a French writer, photographer, documentary film director and film essayist. He has produced 40 odd films, but best known are: “La Jetée” (1962), “Le Joli Mai” (1963) and “A Grin Without a Cat” (1977). “La Jetée” film is constructed from still black and white photos, which tells a story of a post-nuclear war and aftermath experiments. This film is only 28 minutes long, which consists of many memories from uneasy experiments to travel in the past and future. This narrative story telling film lets viewer fully be involved with the story. As Jonathan Rosenbaum describes it in his film review: “...A story that is told almost exclusively in still frames.” (Rosenbaum, 2013)
|Fig.3 Dynamic lighting|
|Fig. 5 Protagonist dies in airport|