Monday, November 7, 2011
Sunday, November 6, 2011
I completed this task by telling the audience how I did each scene and even though the music and graphics were playing at different times throughout the scenes. If I could have done my movie again I would have liked to make sure that the music and the animation scenes matched up and that they didn't play off cue. I found this task really cool since I could tell the audience what I was thinking in most of the scenes. Like in scene 9 I loved how it was so different from all the other scene I had done, it didn't contain any Bratz dolls just cut our images from the internet. I made them move as if they had come to life. This directors cut / task I think will help the audience understand my film better because it helps them understand from my point of view when I was making each scene. Even though there were many problems I had making my film overall I enjoyed creating it! It is unique and different from everyone else which I think makes it stand out (in a good way). It was a fun little task to do and making this iBook / ePub will help if the audience doesn't quite understand my film. But saying that I don't really think that it is too hard to follow and it is just for a laugh. So hope you all get to watch my film 'Tik Tok Parody' by Me and if you didn't get to watch it here is the clip below! Enjoy :)
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011
Step 1: open movie scene you want to compress on QuickTime Player
Step 2: click on file and scroll down till you see save for web...
Step 3: click on save for web.. then a grey box will pop down and will give exporting details
Step 4: at the bottom there will be three boxes, the top box is the one that should only be ticked
Step 5: then click save and it should appear in the spot you saved it in (desktop)
Step 6: you can then send the movie scene to your iPad in pages (in your book)
Step 7: on iPad open up from email and open it in iBooks
Step 8: enjoy as you watch!!
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Saturday, October 22, 2011
I showed my mum this animation and she thought it was an interesting view on their creation of people going to work doing their day to day job in a work site. What the different sounds were like in the factory and just viewing how they do their jobs. That they were very repetitive in everything they did and how boring it would be to do the same thing over and over again. The colour scheme was dull and harsh it seems that it would be a strict manner and would make the people wear uniforms.
By watching the film that the intended audience for Matreyek's work would probably be adults and workaholics probably. Due to there being a steady environment and since adults have full time jobs, so they can relate to the mood of this film of going to work. They can relate that some times their jobs can be repetitive and that it is boring (sometimes).
The visual language justifies my interpretation, since in mostly every scene there was some form of repetition and the colours (black and white) didn't change throughout the whole animation. There was also some object that in real life would be smaller than what it actually appeared in the film. This shows that the video was very surreal but had some reality qualities.
Through Matreyek's work, she has created meaning by using sound with the animation images. By just listening to the sound / music playing without looking at the video you could tell it would be the kind of sounds coming out of a factory by all the mechanical noises. When you look at the animation it shows you how Matreyek sees a factory, she uses surrealism to corroborate with her visualization of a factory. Thus creating a world that doesn't look real.