Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Fantastic Voyage: First Battle scene

Act 1: Spore Disposal scene

(Nothing from this painting was taken directly from actual Pokemon battle screen)

Monday, 24 March 2014

Fantastic Voyage: Environment

Concept Art of Animatic


This is the forest where the first encounter with the Sporophyte will take place.

Fantastic Voyage: Colour Palette

Colour Palette

I'm using a very bright and vibrant set of colours to befit my audience by subconsciously drawing their attention to what is happening on the screen.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Fantastic Voyage: Three Act Structure

Act 1 - Spore disposal
Sporophyte attacks entering battle scene and uses spore attack. After attack run away option is used and leave battle. Use pokedex to find out more about it.

Act 2 - Sperm drop
After checking only pokemon - Archegonia - an Antheridia attacks entering battle scene again and using 'sperm drop'. Once again run away option is used.

Act 3 - Fertilization
After battle the Archegonia is checked again and the sperm drop attack seemed to have lasting effect causing it to evolve (fertilize).

Fantastic Voyage: Visual concept

Visual Concept: Pokemon

I want to use the gameboy game Pokemon as an influence to the style in which I portray my animatic. I'm also going to aim my animatic at a young audience of roughly 6-10 years of age and in doing so will make good use of the illustrious childrens program to explain these complex scientific ideas.


I'm going to use the notorious pokemon battle scene to introduce the different components of the life cycle and use the 'attacks' to show what they do (Spore disposal, Sperm depositing). 

And I will use the Pokedex as vessel to give further information about each component in a way to get through to the audience without the knowledge that their learning.

Fantastic Voyage: Life Cycle of Moss

I'll be demonstrating the life cycle of moss for this project, more specifically I will be focusing on Sporophytes, Archegonia and Antheridia and the process of depositing sperm and fertilization.