some work from one of my journals: these images have been created as part of my sequential narrative project, which is still underway. they tell a story of murder and abduction; i have been using the moors murders as a foundation to bounce ideas off, it has helped me produce some quite pleasing results. whilst these are not complete images they represent a close example of what the final pieces will become.
it is less about what the images tell you and more about what you can tell from the images
more to come
from working on sequential narrative; i'm experimenting with how i can reveal and conceal.
being very much inspired right now i feel free to create without hesitation, and have embraced this mood. i still need to tie up some loose ends, but am very content with my current progress.
work from a one day project produced last tuesday; it was based on the story of a murder. i took an open approach and focused on the concept of 'forensic' work creating my evidence, i didn't want to openly reveal the narrative and decided to work through suggestion and leave it for the viewer to extract and obtain information and construct their own sequence of events.
working with circles at the beginning of my current brief - sequential narrative.
i initially have the idea of sequence and number (as seen in my previous post) but i may abandon this for another concept, oh choices...
i feel i need to make more books.