[4D II] Exercise 4 : Narrative Voice Over

Re-create a narrative from different point of views or narrative voice using voiceovers. You are required to rework each script to at least 2 out of these POVs below:
Third person POV (Objective, limited, omniscient)
First person narrative voice (stream of consciousness, epistolary voice)

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[2D II] Final : Project 1 Typographic Potrait


My main concept for this project was Irony. I wanted the audience to discover the real me by themselves through these pieces. For all of the four panels, I had use a ‘base’ as the background and ‘cut-off’ sections to the typography itself to symbolise that there were more than just that.

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Journal : Week 1

Last week, we learned about different learning styles from Sir Ken Robinson. How do you best learn?


Learning is a complicated concept as everyone is unique in their own way, and learns in their own way as well. Therefore, we can be classified into different categories such as Visual Learners, Auditory Learners, Verbal Learners and Kinesthetic Learners.

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Project 1 : Process 1.1



  • The ‘end-result’ or ‘residue’
  • If you leave or give the object some time, it will get more worse

I had tried to relate it to life by saying that if you see someone being left along for so long, approach him and lend him a hand before it gets too late. People like that tend to suffer by themselves.

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