Man who mistook his wife for a hat

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For the final animation we used the PVA dots and brought them alive by moving shaping them and creating patterns. We chose vivid colours similar to MRI scans of the brain, with different colours representing a certain brain activity, linking back to the condition in the original text. For the sound, we decided to use day-to-day sounds but layered them and arranged at irregular and completely random intervals during the animation. This created more of an obscure, uncomfortable feel. 

Overall, I was so pleased with the outcome. It was so enjoyable to be able to bounce ideas back and forth and I think working in this way really helped us come to such a successful finished animation.

Here is the finished animation…

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jessieslight

Level 5 BA Hons Illustration student at Cardiff School of Art and Design.

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