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Memoona Nazir

Sawera

PROJECT INTRODUCTION

A short animated 2d-hand drawn film. The inspiration for the story comes from my daily life. As being a girl in Pakistani society there is always a limit to what a girl can do in her life. To choose for her life from clothes to career. It is such a dilemma that girls must overcome society standards to do what they want. Even the same thing would be fine just for boys. Through the story, I want to show people that there is not such a thing that only a boy or girl is supposed to do. Anyone can do anything.

PROJECT PROCESS

Pre Production:

  • -Idea
  • -Story writing
  • -Screenplay
  • -Characterization
  • -Environment Plan
  • -Storyboarding

Production:

  • -Final Characters
  • -Final Environments
  • -Animation Breakdown
  • -Rough Animated frames
  • -Rough Animation
  • -Cleanup Animation
  • -Coloring Animation

Post-Production:

  • -Final Characters
  • -Final Environments
  • -Animation Breakdown
  • -Rough Animated frames
  • -Rough Animation
  • -Cleanup Animation
  • -Coloring Animation

Softwares Used:

  • 1.Adobe Animate
  • 2.Photoshop
  • 3.Adobe After Effects
  • 4.Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 5.Adobe Media Encoder
  • 6.Microsoft Word

PROJECT SCOPE

I used 2d format of animation for this project. The whole process was done by on my own. The process include in drawing digital environments and sketches, then animation, sound design and editing as well. The target audience is from 12 years to onwards whoever is interested in animation. The given time for this project was too short. Even after completing the work, I think there is a lot of things I can still add in the film. But I think that’s all about learning. There is always room for improvement. The biggest problem I face during the project was that I didn’t have the system at the proper time due to financial issues. I allocated zero budget for this project. This story can also be used to develop game in 3d or 2d as well.

And we can also make episode series for this animation.

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