HOW IT’S MADE

MARCH MEET THE MAKER: DAY NINE So these are some compilations of stages of work I have taken to make something such as my final film for University Degree 'Colour'. I always start with a concept, an idea. From this I research further into the fundamental parts of the idea, whether that be for visual... 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 →

Animatic and Sound Design

My Animatic developed a lot with the story. I had an initial drawn animatic that followed the original storyline with Carlina being older and coming from work when she discovers the other colours coming through the wall. 'Colour' Animatic from Frankie Wright on Vimeo. This got developed into a younger character when presented as it... Continue Reading →

Happy Easter

Having the rooster in an egg that rolls until wiggles to stop, cracking open and the rooster jumps out, letting out a cry with words ‘Happy Easter’ just as with the previous film, developing into an Easter Short. Researched into various egg designs to get an interesting pattern as I wanted something bright and colourful,... Continue Reading →

RSA It’s Time to End Ageism

A student design awards scheme from RSA (Royal Society of Arts), 12 different styles of challenges that are put to design students. The one I was looking at was that of ‘Moving Pictures’ where you select one of two audio files recorded from various events RSA are involved in. I chose the second audio clip:... Continue Reading →

Research and Inspiration

Colour Theory This was a first stage for my research as I knew the film had a focus on colour and the use of one tone colours. And so began the focus on colour theory and what each of the colours mean, colour schemes and how they are used within films to convey meaning. Character... Continue Reading →

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