Thursday, 21 January 2016

What I've been up to...

Its been one long hiatus, but juggling things here and there in the long trek is a challenge.To sum it all up, I've been mostly practising my Photoshop skills here and there during my free time.

Following from my last post which involved me going to Glasgow to showcase my work to International and European artists from different parts of the world as part of ELIA's (The European League of Insitutues of the Arts) NEU/NOW Live Festival 2014. I've had a great time, spending five days where I get to meet people from various art backgrounds as well as showcasing my work just like New Designers. By the end of the five day experience, we've all had to part ways but we still keep in contact. :D 

NEU NOW 2014
During the long run, I've been in contact with UCA student, Danny Hewitt who studies Television Studies in Maidstone. He's asked me to help him and his production team to create storyboards as part of their final Major Project which yous can follow more of his project here: (http://dannyhewitt.blogspot.co.uk)

A few of the storyboards w.i.p (left) and the plan outs for shots (right)
As you can see in this post, there was careful planning of shots and discussions of how Danny envisioned his film, 'The Sunday League'. Although I have little knowledge of football, it was interesting to learn some things about it as well as seeing Danny, a big footie fan, able to share some references for me to help illustrate the shots.

Overall, it was a great experience in being able to participate and working with a production team, being able to throw ideas around while also having fun working. I am excited about seeing their film transpiring from the shots Ive drawn into a live action footage. :)

3 comments :

  1. Awww, Joey! So good to see you post again! Well done for all the things you've accomplished :3

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  2. Joey!!!! Can you drop me a line at pgomm@ucreative.ac.uk... I can feel a PWTM interview coming on..!

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  3. Nice to see back online Joey - Great :)

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