Narrative Structure Fictional Animation Prototype 7

Here is the Seventh version of the Ass and his Driver Animation:

This version of the Ass and His Driver has had a few corrections made to it, since the last version of this animation.

The aim for this animation project is to develop a Fictional Animation that successfully shows the chosen Aesop’s Fable, clearly and effectively to the target audience. This is to make sure that the tale and the lesson that is within, is easy to identify and understand. The Animation will also utilize correct, effective and suitable sound effects for this animation, that do not offend the audience and are either my own or are Royalty Free in Nature.

For example I have extended the length of this animation due to the font with all the information needing to be kept out for longer periods of time, so that it is made easier for the target audience to understand what the story is actually about. Even though the story is already been told through the motion of the characters, the writing makes both the tale and the lesson easier to identify for the target audience. The only down fall with this was that some of the motions of the characters now look slightly out of sync with the rest of the animation, so I will need to look into this for when I add the sound effects later on. The good thing about this is that I have ticked my first aim for this project, I have managed to produce a animation that successfully shows the Aesop Fable of The Ass and His Driver and both the tale and the lesson buried within are easy to identify and understand. This can also be seen by the effective combination of both my animated Ass/Donkey and his Owner/Driver who effectively interact with each other and the printed information based on the actual tale. Unfortunately the sound effects have yet to be included. My next post will probably contain, a fully working version of the animation with sounds and effects.

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