Monthly Archives: September 2016

Comic Arts Festival – CAF

Festival audience with data from 2015’s turn out: On the Sunday and Saturday of the festival 311, over the whole weekend the volunteers counted around 13,900 people attended the festival. 58% being male and 42% being female. There were more … Continue reading

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Microphones

Shotgun mic: A shotgun is a long, cylindrical microphone that excels at picking up sounds in front of it, while rejecting sounds to the sides and rear. Shotguns are designed to have a narrower focus than an average microphone. Shotgun microphones do a great job of picking up the … Continue reading

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Mark Millar – CAF

Mark Millar is a Scottish comic book writer most famous for Kick Ass, Kingsman and his involvement with the marvel comics. Millar’s first comic was the The Amazing SpiderMan. Millar has named Alan Moore and Frank Miller as the two biggest influences on his career. Although Millar … Continue reading

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Initial thoughts – CAF

I first started by looking through some of Mark Millar’s comics and finding things that stood out to me that I could use and manipulate for the screening. I focused of explosions, weather and fight scenes as I thought this would … Continue reading

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Projection Mapping

Projection mapping is also know as video mapping. It is projection video that uses a space to create art. It can be used to show off work, create illusions and interactive displays. These objects may be complex industrial landscapes, such as … Continue reading

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