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Thought it was interesting to note that underwater everything changes colour. It hadn’t occurred to me (even though it’s pretty obvious) this would happen, but now I realise that it could work very well for the depression metaphor; everything becomes less vibrant when you’re depressed, things seem less interesting/eyecatching.


Thought it was an interesting way of texturing the sea, ripples/waves, clouds, sky and sun. Need to consider the need for realistic/patterned designs.


These trees really caught my eye, as  they’re obviously in a different style to the rest of the image, and on their own they could be very atmospheric/creepy, but in context with the skeleton holding the flowers, they’re actually quite nice.

All Final Major Project related posts (in order):

FMP Brief

FMP: Letter to MIND and Re-think Mental Illness

Final Major Project timetable and tutorial sheet from 27/1/14

’100 Aspects of the Moon’ by Tsuki Hyakushi

Carlos Aon

Anne Yvonne Gilbert

Luciana Fernandez

Goblins research

Goblins and ideas

Research Poster

A change in sea-nerey (ahah, puns)

When I lost my motivation

Flailing for ideas

Salvaging the remains of the project

The beginning of an article

The First Version

The Second Version

The Third Version

Article the fourth

The Final Version

Final Major Project: A Reflective Summary


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