Today is the final submission of the blog for our semester 2 assessment. I thought that it was worth explaining what would be the best way to find relevant information on the blog. I will be continuing to work on a making of to supplement the film and production bible prior to the presentation on Tuesday.
Using this blog:
Under blog archive at the right each post is listed with the date and the title for reference. I have also arranged each post under different categories or Labels which can be accessed on the right hand side so that all posts pertaining to the relevant categories can be viewed chronologically in one page even if they are interspersed throughout my blog. I have put a guide to the labels below. Please note some posts will be shown under more than one label as they were appropriate in more than one category:
1. Experiments - Practical work completed or tested for the course, storyboards, program of study,
basic match moving/ film/ HDRI tests etc.
2. General - Posts like this which are less project/ module specific or ones which are related to my
attitude or opinion of animation in the broader sense
3. Inspirations - Critical reviews of films, artworks, buildings or photographs which I feel are useful
references or examples for my main Master's project
4. Leap Year - A side project carried over from last year which I will be using as a way of testing 2D
textures on 3D models
5. Presentations - Completed final presentations or assessment work which was required throughout the
semester to pass the modules
6. Research - Similar to inspirations research is more practical and reflective and contains analysis of
certain sources and exercises such as the extract which was required for Research and
7. Waverley - Everything which is directly related to the practical project has been given this label.
8. Collaborative Work - Work I have done with or for other animation students.
I hope you enjoy my blog so far and thank you for the time to look through it!