New Year, New Things

2018 is here and I am hopeful for a great and productive year, in so I plan to write more regularly about the sorts of things I am up to. First of all it is about time that I publish and post my final film from Staffordshire University.. Colour A girl bored of her monochrome... Continue Reading →

Editing

I decided that I wanted to build on my editing skills by working with After Effects for this film. I mostly figured out what I needed to do at each stage by transferring my skills with Premiere Pro and Photoshop software. However for the things I didn’t know I researched into them online and in... Continue Reading →

Post-Production Schedule

I made sure to finish the production of my film by our Easter Break so as to leave those two weeks and the final four before deadline to work on the post-production (and sort out any unexpected delays in production) However there were no delays as the production time went smoothly to the schedule. Here... Continue Reading →

Animation

Animation was a very important stage of this project as it is the production and the medium of film I am creating. But with the schedule mapping out the plan for each day to know that I had enough time for each day.  However to make it clear to everyone in studios and myself each... Continue Reading →

Schedule

This was a basic schedule I had laid out for the first 12 weeks of this semester. This is to make sure I have enough time to animate all of the scenes that I need to. Working off the animatic I worked out roughly how much time I would need to animate each scene by... Continue Reading →

Set Making

The first part to my set making was to work on the walls and floors. I needed two walls overall which I made from foam board to keep as lightweight as possible but keeping the detail crafted for them. I cut the indents for the bricks making up the wall and on one side of... Continue Reading →

Puppet Making

This is the largest segment for me of the pre-production of this film as I took two armature sets and decided to scale them down (to make realistic child size to the set) rather than risking the set becoming too large by scaling them up. And so the first stage was in the metal workshop... Continue Reading →

Set Designs

I began working on set designs by looking through my research and inspiration gathered. Focusing on of course the colour schemes and picking out small parts that I most liked from the collections. I shall first go through the set designs that were later to be written out of the story line and so no... Continue Reading →

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