Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Monday, 20 February 2017
Within "The Mortal Engines" at chapter nine, Anna Fang comes into play as a trader on the trading cluster that Tom and Hester find themselves on but being sold off as slaves. Tom and Hester come across Anna as they escape their kidnappers. Anna offers them help and tells them to make their way to the ship she captains, The Jenny Haniver. Tom describes the ship as "Not an elegant sky clipper, little more than a shabby scarlet gasbag and a cluster of rusty engines pods bolted to a wooden gondola"
Miss Anna Fang
Long red leather coat
A lean, handsome woman
The Jenny Haniver
Built from bits of the finest airships
Envelope of silicon-silk from a shan guo clipper
Twin jeunet-carot aero-engines off a paris gunship
Reinforced gas cells of a spitzbergen war balloon
Spice smelling gondola
Narrow wooden tube
Flight deck at the front
Fangs quarters at the stern
Other cabins inbetween
Dim green electrics
Magnetic docking clamps
Tom ducks to avoid the overheard lockers and dangerous cables hanging from instrument panels on the roof, Anna Fang avoids them with ease.
Below is my Cone of Cogency from Mondays class, Its incomplete as I am still unsure of what would be next.
- What and Which type of games
- Male Gaze
- History of the Nude
- Lara Croft (& 'friends')
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Friday, 10 February 2017
Thursday, 9 February 2017
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
Monday, 6 February 2017
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Friday, 3 February 2017
Spirited Away (2001) a Studio Ghibli film directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation/anime based on adventure and the coming of age of Chihiro, A ten year old girl. Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki have created a many amount of films similar to Spirited Away such as Howls Moving Castle (2004) and The Secret World of Arrietty (2010).
It is the most successful Japanese animation in history and is known to be among the best animated films of all time, coming at #4 on the list of the best films of the 21st century. At the 75th Academy Awards it took Academy Award for Best Animated Feature - the only film of its kind to do so at the time. At the time of its release, it had grossed over the Titanic at 30.4 Billion Yen.
|Figure 1: Chihiro solemn about moving to her new home|
|Figure 2: No Face consuming the greedy Bath House workers|
No Face provides the film with its theme of greed, showing how greed can be consuming and that it is not the way forward, Chihiro demonstrates this by refusing No Face's offer of gold - which throws him into his turmoil of consuming those who are consumed by gold and therefore by greed. Chihiro realises that to save the people and the Bath House she must cure No Face from its 'turmoil of consuming those who it deems 'greedy'. Greed fuels to story of Chihiros adventure to save her parents, the Bath House and to return to their journey to their new home, out of the spirit world.
What makes this film of the Japanese culture is its entire art style, The film is hand drawn and in the style of classic anime and is a well known art style to the majority of the western world, whom can clearly pin point the style towards the Japanese art culture. The art style is delicate and light in my opinion but yet it is so bold in it colour palette, with its elegant designs right down to small markings within the building design. This whole image captures what anime is and what its art style really is.
Title Image: http://disney.co.uk
|Figure 3: Chihiro waved of by the Bath House workers|
Title Image: http://disney.co.uk
Figure One: http://mentalfloss.com/article/60237/15-fascinating-facts-about-spirited-away
Figure Two: http://spiritedaway.wikia.com/wiki/File:Vlcsnap-2013-05-22-12h01m18s205.png
Figure Three: https://thedissolve.com/features/movie-of-the-week/832-the-gross-fluids-and-clean-fluidity-of-spirited-aw/
For the font type for my infographic i looked towards Romantic fonts such as Cursive and Calligraphy to add to the theme of the infographic. I looked for something that wasn't too curly and wasn't to harsh and bold, something easily read and understood.
After looking at the variations of outfits I created for my "Lego Kit" to create the final character, I thought to create 6 different character for my animation to create different scenarios for different 'people' rather than for it all to happen to just one person.