Public Information Film: Sequencing Nos 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

As I’m about half way with the drawings of my current project, I thought it would be a good idea to keep track of the effects which are used when rendering each drawing. This is an area I neglected in my last project which created problems. As you can see, there are subtle differences in each sequence. However, if you compare these drawings  to the last animation (Alienation & Conformity), I’m being a bit more conservative in my approach when editing the drawings. Preferably , I’d like more continuity as the context will focus predominantly on the message as opposed to the visuals. That’s not to say I don’t want the visuals to stand out, just not to become too much of a distraction. Don’t worry, this post will all make sense eventually!

SEQUENCE ONE: FRAME 1 

Frame 11 Frame 1

Unedited     Edited: resize (width: 5296 height: 2979),focal zoom,                                                                  texture(materials)

 

SEQUENCE TWO: FRAME 47

Frame 47    Frame 47.jpg      Unedited                                                  Edited: resize, focal zoom, texture(fabrics)

 

SEQUENCE THREE: FRAME 71

711 Frame 71

Unedited                                           Edited: resize,focal zoom, posterize, rainbow

 

SEQUENCE FOUR: FRAME 97

97 1 Frame 97

Unedited                                             Edited: resize, focal zoom, posterize, rainbow

 

SEQUENCE FIVE: FRAME 121

1211 Frame 121

Unedited                          Edited: resize, weaver(hardlight), focal zoom, rainbow

Below are sequences 1-4. Each sequence has been played 2/3 in succession which gives me some idea whether or not I will loop particular sequences

SEQUENCES 1-4  

Public Information Film Sequences 1-4

 

 

 

 

 

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