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Final Project: Tale of Seven. WILLIAM ‘Chris’ rAY. Problem Statement:. How can we combine traditional Graphic Story Telling with Modern Digital Media?. Is it just Classical Media with a Modern twist?. New Media/Technology Story Telling: Using Vogler’s Archetypes in Modern Media.

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final project tale of seven

Final Project: Tale of Seven

WILLIAM ‘Chris’ rAY

how can we combine traditional graphic story telling with modern digital media

Problem Statement:

How can we combine traditional Graphic Story Telling with Modern Digital Media?

Is it just Classical Media with a Modern twist?

new media technology story telling using vogler s archetypes in modern media
New Media/Technology Story Telling: Using Vogler’s Archetypes in Modern Media
  • Christopher Vogler, native to St Louis Missouri received his BA in Journalism at the University of Missouri in 1971.
  • After Serving in the U.S. Air force making documentaries for the Government, he eventually attended film school at the University of Southern California.
  • As a Film student, reading Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Vogler was inspired to form the theories we I am using today from his book, The Writers Journey.

Resource: http://www.thewritersjourney.com/

new media technology story telling seven archetypes for seven in seven
New Media/Technology Story Telling: Seven Archetypes for Seven in Seven

The 12 stages of the Hero’s Journey:

  • The Ordinary World
  • The Call to Adventure
  • Refusal of the Call
  • Meeting with the Mentor
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Test, Allies, and enemies
  • Approach to the Inmost Cave
  • Ordeal
  • Seizing the Sword, Reward
  • The Road Back
  • Resurrection
  • Return with the Elixir

The Seven Archetypes:

  • The Hero
  • The Mentor
  • The Herald
  • The Threshold Guardian
  • The Shape Shifter
  • The Shadow
  • The Trickster

Resource: http://www.thewritersjourney.com/hero%27s_journey.htm#Practical

original concepts and prototypes
Original Concepts and Prototypes

Research and Conceptualizing 7 archetypes

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Original Concepts and Prototypes

Research and Conceptualizing 7 archetypes

  • Origin
  • :Weapon
  • :Token:
  • Clothes:
  • Ethos:
  • Personality:
  • Gift/Talent:
  • Origin: Villager, Joined soldier to prove self.
  • Weapon: Buster Sword – Ultimate Sword
  • Token: White Materia (after death of Aeris) and the Buster Sword as his deceased best friends weapon.
  • Gift/Talent: SOLDIER training and genetic manipulation with radiation and alien Jenova cells.
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Origin: Orphan with farmer relatives. Dreams of joining the to escape tedious life of farmer.
  • Weapon: Blaster, Fathers Lightsaber, Self-Made Lightsaber
  • Token: Fathers Lightsaber, Robotic hand like father. The light side of force as gift of Obi Wan
  • Gift/Talent: Powerful us of the Force passed on by Father.
  • Cloud Strife
  • Seven common themes
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Original Concepts and Prototypes

Research and Conceptualizing 7 archetypes

Origin: Often have Humble Beginnings (the orphan). Teaches early value of family and community. Looking outside to in creates empathy. Usually begin without access to any distinguishing abilities.

Weapon: The Sword, Pistol, Sword and Shield, The generic weapon of the world they live in.

Token: Often in the cases of Orphans, something that reminds them of the family they have lost.

Clothes: Humble in the beginning (relation to the reader - average person), Glorious in the end implying the readers potential as well.

Ethos: Stereotypically Lawful/Good but really any branch of the “Good” perspective.

Personality: Humility developed throughout the story to make him or her a better person morally.

Gift/Talent: Focusing on Fantasy, normally it is a magical command of the natural elements.

  • The Hero’s Seven Themes
you have the what now the how
You have the What, now the How?

Precedent One: Hobo Lobo By StevanŽivadinović

Precedent Two: Seasons

By Vivian Lee

Demo of Fellow students work

  • Original Parallax Scrolling source

Script: lets Look under the Hood.

  • Html, CSS, Javascript, Jquery, …OH MY!
  • Follow along at hobolobo.net and http://a.parsons.edu/~rayw188/DemoCopy/Tale%20of%20Seven7.html
questions comments concerns

Questions? Comments?Concerns?

WILLIAM c Ray i Rayw188@Newschool.eduhttp://a.parsons.edu/~rayw188/DemoCopy/Tale%20of%20Seven7.html

Special thanks to MFADT Students:

Gabriel Gianordoli | Vivian Lee | Betty Quinn

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Two Content Layout with Table
  • First bullet point here
  • Second bullet point here
  • Third bullet point here
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You have the What, now the How?

Prototype One:

Concept Art

Prototype Two: “Paper-type”

Another Picture Goes here, Say Whattttttt???

  • Picture Goes here!