Here I have constructed an animatic test piece, combining storyboarded images with a demo audio track representing a rough approximation of how the final piece will look and sound. I have also included some test footage in which I have utilized a CRT TV screen, trialing its aesthetic.
‘Doctor Who’ has been alive in the public consciousness for over 50 years now. Unfortunately, with success and longevity comes marketability and profitability. Continue reading
This demo piece represents the culmination of my efforts to design a radiophonic inspired piece, albeit in draft form. It stands as a rough representation of how my final project will sound.
I designed a storyboard whilst constructing the soundscape for my final piece. as soon as possible, I intent to create an animatic combining these rough visuals with a musical demo.
The ‘BBC idents’ are, of course, the visual ‘caps’ that, accompanied through audio by an announcer, precede televisual programming. Each ident, by its very nature, develops some form of cultural significance. Continue reading
Classic ‘Doctor Who’ has, I feel, always had a strong connection with illustration and literature. During the majority of the classic series’ run, when a story was broadcast, this was likely the very first and very last time the programme would be seen by the public Continue reading
For my project, I decided that I wanted to make use of the ‘visual howlaround’ technique, in which a camera is aimed at a monitor and its own visual feed recorded. The process is the visual equivalent of the screech sound heard when a microphone is held close to its output. I wanted to remain as faithful to the original approach as possible. Continue reading