Karina's Project (Production)

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The start of production, making sure the paper was secured down properly, the camera was aligned correctly and that all materials and planning was completed before starting. The only problem ran into was the charge of the batteries of one of the camera fading and dying halfway through one of Claire's scenes. A quick swap to Gareth's spare camera though, and we were good to continue with both cameras blazing while the battery pack for the third charged.


I always find that group projects are twice as effective at picking up on problems and mistakes within the production pipeline than solo projects. The extra pairs of eyes are always useful to go over your own work and criticise and evaluate others as you go along. It's all too easy to miss something obvious if you've been working on it for a long while. They've got your back and you've got theirs.



The A3 charcoal sheets to be used for scene production. 


One of the stills to be used for a scene with composited TV screen animation.


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