Third year of CGA and animation
Awesome Godwin, your doing the time machine?I love that book, read it last year, will be really cool to see what you do. The Morlocks are pretty terrifying, but in both film versions they look quite ridiculous, would be nice to see a meaner version.
yer, am not 100% sure what audience am aiming for but i think i wanna go for a older teen audience so i can get a little grime into it. thanks Sam
Hey Godwin - am loving this organisation thing you've got going on! And The Time Machine is a nice choice. I think its absolutely essential that you get your audience identified asap. And you should think about playing to your strengths; for example, if you consider that you have a 'cute' default (i.e. you have a cartoony drawing style), then you should factor this in when it comes to the niche your transcription project is aiming to fill. If you're not 'Mr Dark & Grimy', then don't box yourself into a corner. The Time Machine has a real timeless quality - and it would lend itself equally well to a younger 'Saturday morning cartoon' audience...
Some sources for 'pulp' science fiction styles (look particularly at use of colour etc.) for further inspiration. You could obviously combine Victoriana with 'pulp' - but in toony way.http://io9.com/5140695/pulp-sf-book-covers-that-channel-pure-idhttp://francesca.net/pulp.htmlhttp://www.frankwu.com/paul1.htmlhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gems_from_the_collection/sets/72157600000117243/(and this one is an amazing resource!)http://www.coverbrowser.com/
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thanks Phil ill check it out