Sunday, 22 November 2009

Perception Essay Ticked

After a confused start where I was struggling to understand what to do in my perception essay, I finally finished it, I went just under the maximum of 2000 words, based on the theories, the laws and also on the analysis of the film, ' The Truman Show' and a respective poster of the film.


The key to finish the essay and taking Alan's advice was to write about something that i like and yes it made my life a lot easier. once again, I thank him for that, also thank him for recomending the book 'Reading the Popular' by John Fiske, i guess i wont be able to just a read one chapter though. Interesting the way that everything that goes in our head is put on the paper and it makes sense.

2 comments:

tutorphil said...

Okay – just a few important reminders for week 10…

1) !IMPORTANT! Hand-in for Perception essay is Monday 23rd November (Tomorrow!) between 10am and 12pm at the Design Office (Jackie’s office on Lower 4th – just up from the CG Arts Baseroom). Ensure you complete the plagiarism form; if you’ve misplaced it, ask Jackie for a new copy and attach to your essay.
2) Your crit on Friday starts at 9am in Lecture Theatre 1; we will be reversing the register order – so we’ll be starting with Simon Watts, then Richard etc. There will be a named folder on the Lecture Theatre 1 computer: as soon as you arrive please copy your 3 finished scenes into the folder in readiness for your presentation.
3) All Maya exercises should be completed for Friday morning so Alan can assess them while you are in your crit.
4) Upload to your blogs your 3 final concept paintings plus a minimum of 5 preparatory studies for each painting that demonstrate clearly your comprehension of the source material and the representation of space. Your supporting research into source material and for written assignment. All drawings from life-drawing classes. Your modeling & UV layout tasks, lighting & rendering tasks, and first digital set as specified in your technical classes.
5) Please can you ensure that you have a printed copy of your essay to submit in addition to the digital file on your submission disc.
6) Also – please ensure you copy 3 scenes and essay file into named folder on computer in baseroom by the end of the submission day.
7) Good luck! Have a great final week – work hard, be amazing, be successful! I genuinely look forward to seeing your work ☺

Jack Stevenson said...

I love that film! Seems interesting.