Sometimes, I completely forget that gifs can be used as a fine example of animating still images or footage, but when it came to this workshop, it was certainly helpful towards seeing how I can take one image which started off as a scribble and animate it in to a full blown image with some context or a link to my chosen word.
Starting the morning off with just a simple ball storyboard task, it was pretty straightforward and smooth, but when going on to thinking about animating or making a storyboard for a chosen image, I decided to draft out the first idea in pencil first, as I wasn’t too sure that the drawing I had for ‘feel’ was going to animate well. However, as I progressed on from changing and shaping out each cell, I found myself being able to enjoy drawing the last few cells as I was imaging the possibilities that it could turn out to be.
When scanning in, setting up the document and editing the final result, I was super satisfied with it. It was a little slow at first, but I feel that whatever pace the image can be changed to, it could reflect the definition of what ‘Feel’ could be to someone.
This could represent the feel of anger or the texture that’s bumpy or something that’s energetic.
Economic can represent growth. Growth in life or sales.
I over all, did like the bright colours used in this one and how textured the brush pen was against the paper.
Company can be smooth, relaxing to be with, but company can sometimes be a reflection of something small or big. Company can take you for a rough ride or a smooth one.