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Iat 100 lecture 04. Project 2. today. Review – how to critique Review -I-clicker on composition Project 2. Critique is not criticism. The Steps of Art Criticism 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Iat 100 lecture 04

Iat 100 lecture 04

  • Project 2


Today

today

  • Review – how to critique

  • Review -I-clicker on composition

  • Project 2


Critique is not criticism

Critique is not criticism

  • The Steps of Art Criticism

  • 1. 2. 3. 4.

  • Description- What do you see? Analysis- How is the work organized? Interpretation- What message does the artwork communicate to you? Judgment- Is this a successful work of art to you?


Description

Description:

  • What are the elements of the piece (line, shape, form, space, color, value, texture).

  • What identifiable symbols, subjects, objects, and details are there?

  • Any significant techniques used?

Felix Ho Summer 09


Analysis interpretation

Analysis & Interpretation

  • how has the artist has used the elements and principles of art to convey a theme, message, or feeling. You are using the factualevidence in the artwork to support an interpretation.

  • Interpretation, what it communicates to you.

  • This may be different from the artist or your peers.

Ruby Su Summer 09


Turn your clickers on

TURN YOUR CLICKERS ON


Clicker questions 01

CLICKER QUESTIONS 01

What is wrong with this picture?

A: Contrast

B: Color

C: Doesn’t apply Rule of Thirds

D: More then one center of interest

E: Simplicity


Clicker questions 02 answer

CLICKER QUESTIONS 02 ANSWER

What is wrong with this picture?

A: Contrast

B: Color

C: Doesn’t apply Rule of Thirds

D: More then one center of interest

E: Simplicity


Solution

SOLUTION


Clicker questions 02

CLICKER QUESTIONS 02

Evaluate this picture?

A: Successful composition

B: Composition lacks balance

C: Lacks Center of Interest

D: Horizon line is in wrong spot

E: Doesn’t apply Rule of Thirds


Clicker question 03 answer

CLICKER QUESTION 03 ANSWER

Evaluate this picture?

A: Successful composition

B: Composition lacks balance

C: Lacks Center of Interest

D: Horizon line is in wrong spot

E: Doesn’t apply Rule of Thirds


Solution1

SOLUTION


Today s agenda

Today’s agenda

  • Project 2 introduction


Scott mccloud

Scott mccloud

http://www.ted.com/talks/scott_mccloud_on_comics.html


Assignment 2 specifications

Assignment 2 specifications

Type: Sequential Web Narrative (Graphic Novel) Title: Composing Through TimeTheme: Rework an existing text.Format: Web: at least 3 html pages. Images: photographic. Written: 350 words.Submission: On-line, uploaded to your SFU webspace. Link & Written submitted to WebCT. (Everyone must submit an assignment)Teams: Project may be Individual or teams of 2 (from the same lab only). The Write-up is Individual. Post both team members names in your submission text.Due: Week 8, presented and critiqued in class


Assignment 2 specifications1

Assignment 2 specifications

  • Assignment Theme: Web Adaptation

  • Your graphic short story will be based on an existing written piece of literature, a poem, short story, novel or song lyrics.

  • You will likely need to adjust the way the original text tells the story to adapt if to this graphic novel style; for example, think of the difference between a novel and how it is adapted for a movie.

  • You may also adapt a story's parameters (such as setting) to better suit your interests (think of all the versions of Romeo and Juliet).


What is sequential art

What is sequential art?

  • Define: Sequential art

    • Juxtaposed

      • pictorial and other images

      • in deliberate sequence,

      • intended to convey information

      • and /or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer.


Constructing a graphic narrative

Constructing a Graphic Narrative


Question and answer editing

Question and Answer Editing

  • Thinking in terms of how the larger sequence interacts rather then of the pictorial elements of a frame.

  • What does the audience need to know and when do they need to know it.

  • Question and answer patterns can be simple (2 frames) or take dozens of frames to play out.

  • Think in terms of an overlapping sequence of events rather then a connected group of frames.


Q a example one

Q+A example one

  • Shot A: Laura Enters woods. Q: Where is Tom?

  • Shot B: Laura stops a few yards from the clearing. Q: What has she found

  • Shot C: Tom and a girl lying naked on a blanket. Answer: Laura has found her brother.

  • Straight forward. Reader can anticipate outcome.

Film directing Shot by Shot pg. 148


Q a example two

Q+A example two

  • Shot A: Laura Enters woods. Q: Where is Tom?

  • Shot C: Tom and a girl lying naked on a blanket. Answer: Tom is here. New question: Will Laura find Tom?

  • Shot B: Laura stops a few yards from the clearing. Answer: Laura has found tom.

  • Prolong time to find, reader and author share a secrete (where Tom is). Often used this to build tension (privileged information).


Q a example three

Q+A example three

  • Shot C: Tom and a girl lying naked on a blanket. Answer: Tom is here.

  • Shot A: A girl enters woods. Q: Is this Laura?

  • Shot B: Laura stops a few yards from the clearing. Answer: This is Laura

  • Reveals Tom in a compromising situation, a suspenseful situation is created. Audience is in a privileged position (Hitchcock often did this).


Motivated editing

Motivated Editing

  • Cause and effect

  • The reader is provoked into speculation by the order and the manner in which the plot is revealed even though the same basic events are being represented.

  • Question and answer is often set-up in a way that causes reader participation.

  • Question may be answered through the accumulation of information over several frames.


Moment frame image word flow

Moment, frame, image, word, flow,

"It's very hard to live in a studio apartment in San Jose with a manwho's learning to play the violin."That's what she told the police when she handed them the empty revolver.

"The Scarlatti Tilt," by Richard Brautigan.


Moment frame image word flow1

Moment, frame, image, word, flow,

“For Sale: Baby shoes, never worn.”

- Ernest Hemingway


Moment frame image word flow2

Moment, frame, image, word, flow,

With bloody hands, I say good-bye.- Frank Miller

http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.11/sixwords.html


Student examples

Student examples

  • The boy who cried wolf - D208http://www.sfu.ca/~cgl5/mywebsite/page1.html

  • Mr. Baron flower seeds: http://www.sfu.ca/~kla76/IAT100/project2/assignment2.html

  • Hull Eye: http://www.sfu.ca/~enochn/iat100/project2/openingpage.html

  • Dragon fly: http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/fall09/pro02/E101/Grace_Cho/firstpage.html

  • Present: http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/fall09/pro02/E101/Eamonn_Singleton/

  • The Art of Rotation: http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/summer09/pro02/E101-Stacey%20Park/p1.html

  • A Window is Enough for Me: http://www.sfu.ca/~hkhaki/IAT100SecondAssignment/1Page.html

  • Old Man: http://www.sfu.ca/~ssc33/ASS2/ass2/page1.html


Student examples1

Student examples

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~kla76/IAT100/project2/assignment2.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~enochn/iat100/project2/openingpage.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/fall09/pro02/E101/Grace_Cho/firstpage.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/fall09/pro02/E101/Eamonn_Singleton/

  • http://www.sfu.ca/iatwork/100/summer09/pro02/E101-Stacey%20Park/p1.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~hkhaki/IAT100SecondAssignment/

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~ssc33/ASS2/ass2/page1.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~ipeng/Sequence%20Art/Page%2001.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~slm15/idioglossia/page1.html

  • http://www.sfu.ca/~xbpeng/sequence_art/migration.html


Iat 100 lecture 02

Iat 100 lecture 02

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Iat 100 lecture 04

Widescreen Test Pattern (16:9)

Aspect Ratio Test

(Should appear circular)

4x3

16x9


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