Thursday, 29 September 2011

Color palette

"In the movie we are going to use colors in a deliberate way that help us tell the story of Signe.  The idea is to show that Signe does not fit in with her new classmates by letting her be the only one that wear the color red. These are some tests that Jacinta did as a step to help us decide on the palette for the different characters". - Sofia Åström

I thought of keeping a very eastern vibrant, deep colour palette for Signe

with more bleached out, pale colours for her classmates and Swedish environment.

And Merkel is slightly more vibrant than his classmates, because he's in between Signe and the rest of the class. 

Mum and Filippa
I thought Signe's family could have similar colours to her but in lighter shades, to signify that they are also new to the place but are having less of a hard time fitting in

Friday, 23 September 2011

Jacinta Jardine is a multidisciplinary visual artist, a film maker and animator, a costume designer and a production designer. In June 2010 she completed a degree in Visual Arts Practice with first class honours from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dublin. Most recently Jacinta has been working on an innovative aerial show for the Dublin Fringe Festival 2011 called PaperDolls.