For my final website outcome, I am quite proud of as I successfully created a website using the colours red and dark grey. The design itself is quite minimalistic however it does have a certain unique style to its. for the final design the thing I would change would be the responsiveness of the website as a whole.
I wish I had set up a better gallery function as well as having a slideshow function for the mobile version of the website that would have better functionality for that device. Aesthetically the website looks very nice and unique however it would have been better if I used very specific images to create a more creative design.
The contact page was very basic and bland however it does have a quite straightforward design that does keep the user focused on what is needed to be focused on which is the artwork.
Coola cola is a healthy energy that will refresh and energize. This packaging is for the energy drink Coola cola the green background is used to represent the green and healthy nature of the drink as for the text I chose to go with something much more natural like handwriting.
I decided to have a leaf in the middle to also represent to healthy drink and also have a simplistic design as for the white strips around the leaf I added them to take away the negative space and give the packaging more colour besides green but also presents the healthy and a pure look and it emanates to the consumer.
I like this final outcome as I believe it best represents the healthy nature of the drink and is quite eye catching making the drink more likely to be bought by consumers. creating the white strips around the leaf also give the packaging a more unique and polished look and design that make it look quite professional. with the leaf being the main icon I think the packaging spreads the correct and appropriate message across to the consumers around the world.
I think what went well was the design of the font I think that its wells suited and equally has the appropriate use of what the product is trying to convey because the use of colour white adds the natural element of purity and the green around create a beaming logo that I believe can be used on an actual official drink.
I think the lack of tone and shade of green the packaging could be worked as the packaging is quite bland and lacks shade that could create an even better and rewarding logo and packaging. however, I would say that besides the lack of shade and tone I believe the packaging is amazing.
I have learned that the packaging should be very considerate of the product and how it will be present if it is appropriate and if it fits well in the market.
I am quite happy with with the outcome of my animation even though it isn’t completed it still has a decent amount of animation frames. I do think that the animation could have been finished and improved on however I do think if I continued it would have ruined my work as I was having issues that I could not resolve. the use of inverse kinematics is quite well used at the beginning of the of my animation and toward the end. I have used some very simple and even funny ways of my character moving.
The character animation was followed by the camera feature as he goes along the course, however, the feature was a bit exaggerated which created a quite funny camera movement that actually likes the look and style of.
This is an initial design I have created for my website using photoshop, this my idea of what I want it to look like however, I may change it as I continue to design the website.
the coloured panels are actually not part of the design however they indicate where images will be placed of my own work.
Types of Character traits;
Bad character traits
Title: Obstacle Course
Medium: 3D Animation
Running time: 1 minute to 2 minute
Synopsis: The detective makes his way through an obstacle course that tests the physical and mental power and skill of detective. Testing is stamina, jumping, balance, agility, sneakiness and determination.
Target Audience: 12 and above fans of video games and 3D animation
Potential Distribution: Youtube