FAT 2: Further Refinement

My tutor Barbara Brownies had provided some useful suggestions for my FAT 2 project, I decide to make some refinement before the final submission. Below as shown my latest progress of visual amendment:

1. Fish’s Appearance
Given the comment that shapes of fish could be much improved, I decide to make the appearance of the fish more dynamic (fig. 1 to fig. 9). At last, I have successfully created a more dynamic fish’ contour (fig. 10) by joining few triangles, in which its triangular contour can be induced by law of closure.

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Fig. 1, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 2, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 3, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 4, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 5, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 6, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 7, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 8, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 9, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 10, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

2. Composition Improvement, Background Variation and Die-Cut Hole
In order to make my composition more dynamic, I make use eye path way to direct the audience’s attention. In fig. 12, the seaweed and octopus tentacles form a spiral to lead the audience to my focal point. As for fig. 14, in order to simplify my composition from multiple objects, the majority of objects is pointing to the fish. To give my background variation, I have input variety range of colors (fig. 11 to fig. 14). And lastly, two die-cut holes (fig. 11 and fig. 13) are utilized to interact with children.

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Fig. 11, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 12, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 13, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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Fig. 14, visual refinement in progress, taken on 16 Apr 2014

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