FASHION 16TH CENTURY
FASHION 16TH CENTURY
POOR WOM EN IN THE 16TH CENT URY ...
RICH WOMEN IN THE 16TH CENTURY ...
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Planning I chose to divide the animation into three main sections, two of which were rich and poor. Each division would show the type of clothing worn by the specific class, the materials they wore as well as items to demonstrate their working environment. The third section was to be based on the Mary Rose, which would act as a dramatic turning point for the animation. I chose not to include this section, as it did not have much relevance to womenâ€™s working fashion. I initially chose to have 3 separate backgrounds to represent each section. These were to keep in touch with each theme in animation. After changing the idea for the sequence, the multiple backgrounds idea was disregarded. I wanted the whole animation to have one background and continuous adding and removing of objects etc. The timing for the project was carefully divided up, allowing enough time for each element to be added and removed from the set. By dividing up the amount of seconds needed for each new element, I was able to work out the number of photographs I needed for the animation to be 30 seconds.