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Oops! Missed a day - forgot that on the morning of Archontia's workshop we again filmed, photographed, sketched, and interviewed people on site in real life situations!
Posted 16 May 2014 17:10
The next session was a creative writing workshop in Chatham, however an unfortunately timed visit to the US Embassy in London meant that sadly I missed this workshop day. However, I did write the storyboard for my now ANIMATED comic idea - to be interspersed with real film - for the exhibition on Monday 19th.
Posted 16 May 2014 17:02
So I'm not that good at drawing people in Manga style okay... However, I did have to write a comic book about this so I must plod on!
Posted 16 May 2014 16:58
You're not a man, you're just a mannequin:

Today we learnt comic book/sketching skills with Archontia from MSA_Praxis. (I also chatted with her quite in depth about her atelier, but that's a different story.) However, sketching little wooden mannequins in no fun when there are real people in the room sketching mannequins to sketch. So I sketched the people instead. However, these were then to be developed into a comic much like Archontia's amazing portfolio work,. Results to follow.
Posted 16 May 2014 16:55
Learn to love Premiere Pro (Or not...) Regardless of your relationship status with Adobe's editing software, today we spent some time in a media suite in Chatham collating our videos and editing them into our own mini documentaries. Next tram to media city please!
Posted 16 May 2014 16:48
Let's film! The second day saw us film in Piccadilly Gardens, which was quite fascinating; this really allowed me to capture people in everyday circumstance, moving through transient space.
Posted 16 May 2014 16:45
The first day of events saw us sketching with Simone Ridyard and the Urban Sketchers at Manchester Library After giving us a talk in the morning, Simone set us free to wreak havoc in the library and observe, watch, and absorb the activities happening there. Here I explored my fascination with people and the way that they interact with space; I find this particularly exciting!
Posted 16 May 2014 16:43