This week I wrote 2 more stories and have done a draft for the final story. I’m going to complete writing the final story by the end of the week. Plus I did more audio recordings for my stories including all the voice parts and I will start editing them next week to have a complete story. Also we had a lecture on sentences structure and what that can do to our stories. Continue reading “Project 2: The Walk, Week 5 (Greg)”
This week I completed 3 story’s, one draft and the others being the final product. Also I planned my next 3 stories, along with created a mood board to show what I want my book to look like. Plus we learnt how to use In-design. Continue reading “Project 2: The Walk, Week 4 (Greg)”
Were you satisfied with the answers you got?
The answers I received were quit vague meaning that I was unable to get a lot of information out of the person I was interviewing. Every answer was very short ans straight forward meaning that I couldn’t get really in-depth on all the answers giving and I wasn’t able to get an emotive response because of the vagueness of the answers. Continue reading “Evaluating the Interview (Leasa)”
During this week I finished my first story along with writing the second first draft. Plus we also had a presentation about interviewing and the correct ways to do so.
During week two of the second project we learnt about audio and how it changes with different genres, also what type of affect it can have on the listener. Plus we also answered questions based on were we are going to take our project and the reasons for our decisions. Continue reading “Project 2: The Walk, Week Two”
What is your chosen area and why?
I have chosen Canterbury as my area for the walk. This is because it has a lot of historical background from different ages meaning I can do the stories for the walk on a bigger scale. It will start at the Castle, to Dane John, the Cathedral, Marlowe Theater, The Great Stour, and the Westgate Towers. Continue reading “Proposal- Interactive Map (Leasa)”