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The Final. Finally.

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Presented for your reading pleasure. Trust me, it sounds better when spoken by synthetic beings in funny outfits. The Red Panda character is based on the Hermione persona in the persona writeup, who has an active imagination and enjoys role-playing. Red Panda (RP): This … Continue reading

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Storyboards for the final

Better late than never, but these went through a lot of revisions: Page 1 (click to enbiggen) Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 I’m also going to take a chance here and do the project using the Xtranormal … Continue reading

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Adobe Creative Cloud

I bit the bullet and got Adobe Creative Cloud. $30/month, but at least the software is always up to date. So far I’ve been using Photoshop (which I know) and Priemier (which I don’t). Premier is nice! From my perspective, … Continue reading

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Deliverables (4/25)

Sketch your storyboard out first using the guidelines in this lecture  Take a photo of your sketches and post it to your blog  Show it to at least 2 people  Write down what they thought, what worked and didn’t  Revise sketches of your … Continue reading

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Idea Generation Deliverables

Summarize brainstorming techniques: I used Time Travel, Mind Map and CounterAction Busting. Time Travel consists of imagining how a particular problem would be solved in the past and future. The Personal Excellence website suggests from 10,000 years in the past … Continue reading

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Raw brainstorming notes

First, the link for the 25 techniques is here now: http://personalexcellence.co/blog/25-brainstorming-techniques/ Time travel 10,000 years ago. Items aren’t designed so much as made directly. Stone tools are made interactively, based on how the rock feels. With clothing, this could be done … Continue reading

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