This is an example of a digital story I created for high school students to introduce the concept of including sensory details in narrative writing. The storyboard was completed in PowerPoint as part of the planning process. 15 more words
(Reed’s Playlist for the occasion: Bury Your Flame by La Dispute)
As you know if you’ve been reading along, I’ve been working hard on the second draft of my manuscript – rewriting chapters, cutting entire chunks out, and overall doing that macroscopic editing that, when finished, makes your book feel like a Frankenstein’s monster of thrown-together chapters and scenes. 900 more words
Now that I’ve decided on my story (see Creating a short animation part 1) it’s time to make a storyboard.
Storyboarding is an important step in making a short animation, it allows you to clearly plan the composition of each shot and should include all the main actions that will take place, camera moves and transitions. 29 more words
I have been working on creating some storyboards in order to explain the process of each intervention.
I wanted to first sketch one out before creating a more comprehensive and visually-accurate one so that I could understand the exact processes that would take place. 122 more words
The first project brief of the year was a Set Design for the alternative rock group, Radiohead, and their newest album, A Moon Shaped Pool. This was challenging for me as I found their style of rock a little on the dreary side and not all that inspiring. 309 more words