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Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
Harry Potter Fantasy
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Harry Potter Fantasy

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  • 1. Model of a play set
    • Question:
    • How does the set designer create areas of interest?
  • 2. The Phantom of the Opera Andrew Lloyd Webers Musical
    • Question:
    • How does this set provide the viewer with the feeling of
    • being in a grand space?
  • 3. It’s A Wonderful Life Directed by Frank Capra 1946 George Bailey sitting in his living room with his wife and children. He is in despair after thinking that he is going to loose the building and loans to Potter
    • Question:
    • How has this set designer
    • created a successful holiday
    • Home for George and his
    • family?
  • 4.
    • Question : In order to create a set for this scene, what elements of construction does the designer need to understand?
  • 5.
    • Question:
    • What is the difference
    • between a movie set
    • and a play set?
    Above: Harry Potter & Titanic Left: A Wedding Scene
  • 6.
    • Question: What elements of the set
    • should be included in your drawings?
    • Lighting
    • Props
    • Stage-Floor space
    • Architectural elements
    Moliere's Tartuffe - Designed by Richard Finkelstein for the University of Colorado at Boulder.
  • 7.
    • Questions : What elements of the play or movie does the scenic designer have to think about when setting up lights?
    • Can you identify the light source and where it is pointing?
    • Foreground, Middleground, Background
  • 8.
    • Think Scale & Perspective! What element/s are included in this drawing to create the illusion of a large space?
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