The following are different areas of exploration that I will pursue during the next few weeks.
Where is the most appealing place to write statistics on the model's face (What works and what doesn't)?
What kind of tool works best for writing on skin- pens, markers, eyeliner pencils, liquid eyeliner pens, etc.?
What kind of image treatment is most powerful?
-black & white?
Does a combination of several versions of the same photo treated with different colors shown in a looping .swf sequence create an effect that is eye catching?
How long does it take someone to read the statistic on each model's face comfortably?
How can different tweening effects add to the modes of appeal that the image creates?
-fade out or fade in?
-normal to high-saturation?
How can a voice recording of my slogan create a sound mark?
Does the sound mark work as a narration to the imagery?
In summary, I want to:
experimental typography with my campaign message
-writing on faces
-handwritten, computer type, moving type, etc.
experimental image sequencing
-using the photos I have gather from awareness campaign photo shoot in strategic order, experimental sequencing, layering, stacking, etc.
-incorporate stop motion by using multiple frames of similar image
-play with modes of appeal
experimental image treatment
-color choice (duotone, b/w, etc.)
-contrast, saturation, levels, filters,etc.
-using modes of appeal to generate new aesthetics.
experimental multimedia visuals/audio
-video, sound, imagery, type, etc.
-combination of current imagery with textures, patterns, or other content with valid context such as statistics.