After coming up with the basic idea for my storyboard, I then began developing what the frames would depict. I listed the stages of development that this module has undergone, narrowing it down to the most important aspects of the briefs.
After deciding what each frame was going to depict, I started doing practice drawings of them in my sketchbook so that I had a rough idea of what the final thing would look like.
I really liked how the layers worked together to create a kind of distorted map of Dundee, mirroring how I felt at the beginning of the semester. I wanted to make it on a larger scale for the final story board though, and make the map a bit clearer between the layers.
This is my final storyboard. The first frame depicts my arrival in Dundee, and when I first got the identity brief. We had been asked to find out things about Dundee, and I had no clue where to start. I had been living in the city for just over a week and I was still losing my bearings in such an unfamiliar place. As the project went on and I was becoming more and more familiar with the city, the layout of the streets was becoming clearer to me. I began establishing how important design was to the city, with such a community of artists and designers around me. The third frame represents my group making the model for the cardboard landmark brief, and us trying to decide on a location for the social engagement aspect of the project. The fourth and final frame represents how the public engaged with our landmark. I placed the text in various places in the composition to try and hint at the fact that these people that were interacting with our landmark were people from all over Dundee, they were people that live and care for this city, they are it’s identity.