Unit 306 - Lesson 6 - Initial Plans

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Lesson 6 - Initial Plans

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Unit 306 - Lesson 6 - Initial Plans

  1. 1. Initial PlansLesson 6
  2. 2. Lesson GoalsUnderstand the key requirements of the client briefBe able to generate a range of ideas for a comic bookto show to your client #comic #client #brief #theme #storyline
  3. 3. Key WordsClient Brief Requirements for a task given to you by the clientStoryline An overview of the plot for the comic book storyTheme The topic or subject that the comic book will follow
  4. 4. Understand requirements of briefClient Brief Generate a few ideas for comic The head teacher of a local primary school wants to introduce comics into the curriculum. He would like to use them to teach students new topics such as healthy eating, food chain, green cross code, habitats, four seasons etc. The comic book must have at least four pages and include characters that the primary school students can relate to. You must also make sure that the language used is appropriate for the reading age of your audience. The final comic must be exported in a format that can be distributed easily and viewed on any type of computer. #comic #client #brief #theme #storyline
  5. 5. What are the keyrequirements?Think about your client…
  6. 6. Understand requirements of briefRequirements Generate a few ideas for comic Explain what you have been asked to make: What does the client want you to do? What requirements must you adhere to? Comment on your target audience: Who is the target audience? How will you consider them in your design? #comic #client #brief #theme #storyline
  7. 7. Understand requirements of briefInitial Ideas Generate a few ideas for comic Generate three original ideas for your comic book commenting on: Storyline – What is the plot? Characters – Who is involved? Narrative Structure – One off or a series? Length – How many pages? Format – Page orientation, styles, fonts? Your ideas could be presented to your client as a mind map or mood board. #comic #client #brief #theme #storyline
  8. 8. Understand requirements of briefExamples Generate a few ideas for comic #comic #client #brief #theme #storyline
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