THE BOOK OF NEW MEDIA PRODUCTION WORKS
BY YANISA HANKANSUJARIT
PORTFOLIO OF PANG
YANISA HANKANSUJARIT 534 50374 28 CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY
NEW MEDIA PRODUCTION 2nd Semester of Year 2012
EXERCISE 1: STARSHIPS
ASSIGNMENT 1: HELLO, MR. MOUSTACHE
EXERCISE 2: LINE THAI
ASSIGNMENT 2: MODERN LINE THAI
ASSIGNMENT 3: DESIGNING NEW FONT
S T A R S H I P S
the work includes many shapes. The triangles point out the direction. The square shapes give the feeling of stability.The Circles draw the attention. The Other shapes allows the viewer to imagine. 1
H E L L O, M R. M O U S T A C H E 3
Still life on a pedestal table (1931) by Pablo Picasso. He was one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century from Spain. I like the eyes from this painting and thought it would look great with the moustache and the hat.
Inspired from Charlie Chaplin, an English comic actor. He is best known for his work in the United States during the silent film era. One of the unique thing about him is his moustache.
The popularity of moustache products increased rapidly and I was interested.
LINE THAI variations of color theories
THEORIES used in work:
1. Complementary 2. Split- Complementary 3. Tone 4. Harmony 5. 80-20 6. Monochrome
E Tone of Colors used in work got inspired from an artwork called Suam Mongkut by Jakapan Prouysananond
E Jakapan Prouysananond, a famous Thai artist.
A Adapted from Poom Kao Bin and Kranok
Color Theory used: Monochromatic The monochromatic colour scheme uses variations in lightness and saturation of a single colour. Working in monochrome is a quick and easy way to add colour and life to your value studies. The approach is the easiest way for the novice to deal with colour without sacrificing quality and impact. In fact, I think some of the most emotionally driven imagery uses this approach. The downfall with a monochrome colour scheme is that it can sometimes lack brillianc and contrast.
This modern line thai looks simple and solemn but at the same time lively and fun. The Poom Kao Bin seems solemn and elegant while its way of lining looks fun. The adapted Kranok that branches out stands for creativity.
Oh na na, What’s my name?
Oh na na, What’s my name?
Referenced from a font called EQ: FEEL GOOD. I like this font because it looks simple and clean. It is also very easy to read, making it okay to read from far away. And the style is definitely my style.
ÞÒ³Ô This is the sample of my name written in EQ: FEEL GOOD. As you can see, my own font is very similar to the EQ: FEEL GOOD.
The second reference is from the Urban Outfitters website. Most of the fonts used in this website is handwritten style which I really like.
DESIGNING NEW FONT