This week, our design theme was "social message," or PSA, and the style was modern/naïve. I chose to make a video about Chipotle's environmental values and Local Grower Initiative that ensures their food is safely grown by local farmers. Take a look!
Another week, another new project to share! This time our key word was wayfarer (person who travels on foot) & the design theme was illustrative. I decided to recreate Forrest Gump as a stylized character and play around with some warped perspectives of him running around. Take a look at the finished frames below! I've added the full piece as a portfolio page too — click the link if ya'd like to see some of my process work, plus one more frame that I'm still finishing up to complete the board :)
Happy Valentine's Day! This week I designed frames for a hypothetical video prompted by the word "Nature," which I turned into a concept about the nature of love in the animal kingdom. Did you know that only about 3-5% of an estimated 4,000 species of mammals practice monogamy? Or that the bond between wolf siblings is equally as strong as that between parents? Or that sea otters hold hands while they sleep, which is totally adorable — but, not romantic at all — since it's actually mothers holding onto their pups so they won't drift away.
I learned a whole lot while planning this design board and had just as much fun executing it!
This week, Sara Roma and I had a lot of fun working on tactile design boards for the theme "Fable." We decided on the story of King Midas whose touch turned everything to gold, since we thought it would be perfect for this hands-on type of project. As a twist, we turned the main character into a beautiful female instead, and we made the visuals feel as if they were part of an imaginative fairytale. The designs follow a tale of a princess who is so obsessed with her gold possessions that she wishes for a golden touch, but grows to regret it very quickly when she can no longer enjoy the tastes or smells around her.
and a GIF, just for funsies
Make sure to go check out Sara's other tactile & stop motion work — she's super rad and I never would've thought to do something like this on my own!
I've been brushing up my Photoshop skills with some exercises for Design for Motion class this week. Here are the three designs I made for the abstract portion of the assignment; I'm pretty happy with how they turned out :)