Last project for the year was called Utterly Moving Words, a project where we had to create a typographic based movie. The project was helped along with a lot of tutorials, and had to be minimum 20 seconds long.
During the last two Monday mornings we have had the pleasure of getting to learn Adobe After Effects with Adrian. The work has been pretty basic, but a nice and skillful introduction to the programme. Skills I hope to bring into two of my projects.
As a start point to our new project, “Utterly Moving Words”, we had an workshop on writing, as we have to find our own script for the project. A project where we have to create a curated typographic moving image piece.
A short brief, where we were told to choose a movie, ours being Edward Scissorhands, and then go to the street to find “trash” that we could use to create this poster. Quite odd and weird project to do, especially when I was the only one, who hadn’t seen the movie, so I was on a spare ticket in regard of what to find.
The final outcome from the Soundtrack of Our Lives project. The journey towards here has been long, and the way of getting the techniques correct has been difficult. But finally I managed to get all of them done.
From the idea development I had a clear idea of what I wanted to design. Now it was just about how I would design it, and how the outcome would be.
So, the final designs for my project. Had i known that it would take so much time when I started, I probably would have considered very hard doing something else. But the idea and the concept behind it was to good to turn down.
Snapshots of all my sketches from this project. Everything from idea and concept thinking to sketches for the different designs.
A project I started in the letterpress room along with the assistance of Kim Vousden. I has taken me two and half working days to complete, and yet I’m not quite done. I still need to figure out if I want to use another paper quality, and what precise ink I want to use. So I will probably go back and print even more when I’ve decided on that. Continue reading