Starting to think through concerns, and play with ideas. Continue reading “Project 5.2: Storyboard”
This is an area I didn’t expect to have to put so much research into, but as always when I think that I was wrong. The following documents some of the more interesting material I found:
- This article provides a quick introduction to storyboards and some of the “shot types”: http://www.biowars.com/blog/why-you-should-create-a-comic-book-storyboard/
- This article discusses the difference between comics and storyboards, and includes a range of interesting examples: http://www.printmag.com/design-inspiration/comics-and-storyboards /http://www.biowars.com/blog/why-you-should-create-a-comic-book-storyboard/
Interesting article here about an exhibition: https://kateocafoundation.wordpress.com/2017/09/20/gaugin-artist-as-alchemist/ Sounds like something I would have liked to have seen.
Starting to work through various ideas. At the moment my favourite is a day out in Le Touquet: Continue reading “Project 5.2: Storyboard”
I’ve been reflecting on “my Sketchbook” of late, after reading the OCA article on keeping sketchbooks posted recently. (View article…) I’ve also been having to rethink my approach based on the printing work I’ve been doing. For most of the course my sketchbook has been a book I carry around and draw in. That clearly isn’t what this article is referring to as a sketchbook. So, am I keeping a sketchbook in these terms at all? I don’t have a set of bound physical pages that contain the sorts of thinking and information described as a sketchbook – so on the face of it “No.” Continue reading “Reflections on my Sketchbook”
Whilst starting to consider the drawings needed for the Storyboard and my planned Photomontage I realised that my understanding of the drawing of clothes and drapery was all too weak. I started to research how to approach drawing clothes more effectively.
Maybe ‘bringing an English festival to Austria’ might work…
It took me a while to work out the direction of the sun, but the highlight on the mountains gave it away in the end. I’ll use electronic drawing to add in the shadows. For the figures, flags and tent I’m going to try using pastels. I’ll try colour first and shift to black and white if I can make it work.