In A World... Sequential Imaging
Vanessa TanSunday, Nov 20, 2016 - 01:08:11 am
In a world of loneliness and isolation, documentary filmmaker DAVEY discovers TILDA – a woman who remembers her past life. However, due to tabloid news outlets butchering her story, she no longer does interviews. DAVEY is intrigued by her and is determined to make a documentary about her. One day, he sets up an “accidental” Read more →
Project 1B: Sequential Imaging
EmmaFriday, Nov 18, 2016 - 03:51:24 pm
It followed the same storyline as my previous 1B project
The storyline did not change much because how does one evil family take on a 180 degree change in personality?
This was the first scene which I wanted to capture the seductiveness of Nyx in a club thus Read more →
Project 1B: In a world …(Sequential Image)
Cassandra LimThursday, Nov 17, 2016 - 07:19:28 pm
A continuation from our previous project, we had to come up with 5 images or a mini storyboard.
The story starts off with Christopher Turner being left at the door step of Margret’s Orphanage.
Subsequently, as Christopher grows up, he finds himself as the only “elderly child” in the orphanage. While everyone around him grows older, he ages backwards and grows Read more →
4D Project : In a World...(Sequential Imaging)
Audrelia LimFriday, Nov 11, 2016 - 12:33:54 am
Beginning This is when Clefie is being blamed by his teammate, Bookie for causing a blackout for the whole village. However, this is actually not the first time that Clefie has done this, thus, Bookie is shown to have an angry expression. Visual wise, I have decided to take the advice I received from my classmates and Michael that there should Read more →
Foundation 4D: Project 1b (Sequential Imaging)
CelineWednesday, Oct 26, 2016 - 11:53:05 pm
Continuing from the previous part of the project, we had to develop our stories and create a trailer sequence/story board for it in 5 images.
The story starts when Frey and her friends escape from the research facility.
They manage to escape into the woods surrounding the facility, but one by one, the scientists catch up with them and take them down. Eventually, only Read more →
Sequential imaging: Hall Wars
As a part of our project 1B, we were required to create four 3 characters and develop a synopsis for a movie starring them. We were also asked to generate a movie poster for the same. (https://oss.adm.ntu.edu.sg/nami0003/project-1b-in-a-world/)
Eventually, we were asked to develop our synopsis into a trailer sequence and submit 5 screenshots for the same, which are as follows!
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SPACE WADDLERS: Journey to the Fluff
Claudia TanSaturday, Oct 15, 2016 - 03:38:14 pm
Project 1B required us to present a story in 5 images with the characters that we created. I wanted my story to be light-hearted so I came to a conclusion that I should plot my story as a cartoon episode structure!
Thus I drew out all of my characters in 2D style although I photoshopped them to look realistic in the first place.
Another Read more →
In a world of... Sequential Imaging
Zerline JadeTuesday, Oct 04, 2016 - 05:57:28 pm
Trailer SequenceThis starts off with the establishing scene of the world where it shows the people communicating through the writing of their skin in the background. Secondly, the scene introduces the main character, Dera, over looking the kingdom in which her brother King Melech notices. One night, Dera escapes from the castle tower with a rope and out Read more →
Once Upon A Time- Storyboard
JessSaturday, Oct 01, 2016 - 09:35:30 pm
Synopsis of story: In a world where the aristocrats thrive while the lesser suffer, a young orphan girl named Scarlet desires a change for the oppressed. Trapped in the dystopian city of Fairytale, Scarlet seeks out to destroy the organization G.MA, which have long ruled the city under their dictatorship. Despite her skills, she lacks the knowledge in tracking them down. Read more →
Shi Teng WongSaturday, Oct 01, 2016 - 04:52:21 pm
Happy to have received some flattering feedback for this.
Storytelling could definitely be improved with the use of language. The spreading of happiness and difference in colors could also be portrayed more obviously.