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  Digital Graphic Narrative Planning Considerations: Costs: For this project, there aren’t many costs, as we aren’t printing the book so there isn’t a cost for it being printed. Available resources: I need the computer for Photoshop and I have this resource. I also need paper and pencils for any drawings I may do for characters. Quantity: I don’t plan to produce my book but if I were to produce it, I would probably do 20 -30 copies because then if I was to get it published, I could send copies off to be looked at and keep some for myself. In terms of printing for selling, I would print 100-200 to see how it sold and then print more depending on how well or not it sold. Audience and Target Market: My audience is aimed at children between the ages of 3-5 as it has text in it that would appeal to children this age learning to read, however it may appeal to a younger audience due to the colours and images. The target market is to appeal to the adults and parents, as they are the ones buying the book. Quality Factors: My book should be of a high quality so should not be rushed. To avoid it being of a poor standard, I will manage the different stages of the book production time effectively for the two weeks we have been given to complete the book.  Codes of Practice: “ The contract should be clear about ownership of the copyright.” This is to so that people don’t plagiarise and copy people’s  srcinal work when they own it. If someone thinks they have come up with something that is already copyrighted, the contract will clearly state weather it is new or if it comes under something already copyrighted. “The publisher should be aware of the author’s moral rights.” The author has a number of moral rights that the publisher has to obey by law, however there are some that don’ t have to be met, like paternity because this was not a real thing until after these laws had been made. Regulation: My book should meet the ‘Toy Safety Directive 2009’, this means that here are no are sharp edges or anything that could harm children using that book. Copyright: This is when someone buys the rights and ownership to something like a font or a story. My story is an srcinal story so there are similar books but they are mainly fairytales so they are out of copyright. The only aspect of my book that is questionable is weather I’m actually allowed to use Simon Cowell as one of my characters without his permission as he either might not want to be used in the book or may have legal terms on where his name and image may be used. Ethical Issues: My book doesn’t have any ethical issues that may cause offense, this is due to the fact that the majority of my characters are unicorns and there is only one other character and that is Simon. The book doesn’t encourage anything bad for children, it doesn’t talk about any difficult subjects and doesn’t have anything in it that could be perceived as an ethical issue.  Resources:  A successful project relies on good planning. Considering all the resources you will need for a project and then assessing which you already have and which you need will help ensure you are ready to start your project. If there is a resource you don’t cu rrently have, then consider how you are going to get it before you go in to production. Resource: Do you have it? What do you need to do to get it? Computer/Photoshop Yes Internet Yes Script Yes/No Finish writing it. Flat Plans No I have to make them. Research Yes Test Page Yes Production Schedule: Session 1: Main Characters Finish my main characters so I can have enough time to change them if I need to. Rotoscope Bernard and Simon into a standing position. I will rotoscope them in this way as this is the way will be most of the way through book. Choose the colours I want to make their clothes, skin, hair etc. The colours I choose matters because I’m trying to appeal to children.  Use the shape tool as well as rotoscoping to keep the cartoon aesthetic. Rotoscoping can give the image a realist look that I do want but not too much as it is a childrens book so it has to appeal to them too.  Session 2: Finish characters, start on background. Finish colouring and any final details of the characters. Find the background I want out of the ones I have chosen in my research. Make sure the pages all match. Make sure the background fits the page size and isn’t distorted. Also make sure the angle is right for the characters to be placed onto. Session 3: Finish background. Use the fresco effect on the image and highlight certain parts, like the grass, by selecting it all and making it a very unnaturally bright green, but not too bright that it was vulgar to look at. Make sure it still fits the page size and the characters look good. Session 4:Rotoscope characters again. Speech. Make the characters look like they’re moving by horizontally flipping them and moving legs and other body parts.  Add any other facial expressions needed. Do this in an overly dramatic and exaggerated way by using shading and, for example, a circle for a shocked mouth.  Add speech into speech bubbles and add this the where its needed. Make sure the bubble line looks like it comes from the character speaking. Session 5: Text Choose a suitable font for children, also a suitable colour and size.  Add this to the top of the page, make sure it is still readable, and if it isn’t make a blurred rectangle so it is clearer.
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