Monday, April 1, 2013

Snow and Rose: Final Post


It's the final push to the finish line for Story Book movie trailer. There have been a lot of scrambling (at least in my case) of getting things done and finalized, but I think everything has come together wonderfully! From the trailer to the Facebook, from the blog to the posters and to the trailer itself. It has been a great journey in creating something so unique and different than what I originally do.

Anyhow, I was left in charge of changing the logo, background image for the blog, posters and the movie title.


The icon on the left was the original logo for the group until I made the new one on the right. The roses actually look like roses and not like chrysanthemums or blobs of some kind of flower in the original logo.

To accompany the new logo was the new background. Once again, the flowers in the top image look more like chrysanthemums on vines and not roses while the image below actually looks like roses with curly vines and leaves.



My next task was creating the title card for the trailer. It all started with a quick sketch how the font was to be laid out and roses to surround the font on both sides.







The process continued to choosing fonts that would resemble the characters hand writing as well as show some of their personality. Snow's font is clean and neat, flowing just perfectly from one letter to the next while Rose's is more carefree and energetic.

As the progression goes on, the vines are taken out between the letters, instead of the letters being hooked around one another, they are separated to be clearly seen and the roses move closer to be more behind the font. The font for Snow didn't change, but Rose's took a large turn. Rose's font was to resemble and connect to Snow's more than it did originally. In all, I think the title card turned out wonderfully.

The last was creating the posters. I made seven all together to have for a wider variety.

Photo by Sarah Brevick

Photos by Sarah Brevick

Photo by Sarah Brevick

Photos by Sarah Brevick

Photo by Sarah Brevick

Photos by Sarah Brevick

Photos by Sarah Brevick

From the seven above, three were chosen to be printed, which can be seen below:

Photo by Sarah Brevick

Photo by Sarah Brevick

Photo by Sarah Brevick

The first two are laid out in a similar fashion with the title of the movie above and the credits below and the image in between the two. The last poster doesn't use the original font in the first two, but does use one font that was used for the 'AND'- Century Gothic. Still keeping the font laid out like the original choice, it became a perfect opportunity for an image of Snow to be connected with the word 'Snow' in the font and the image of Rose to be connect with the word 'Rose' in the title.






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