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Preliminary Experiments

Two separate fonts were used to differentiate the two typographic actors. A bold sans serif font was chosen for the first character to help personify her commanding personality. A slightly smaller, childish font was chosen to reflect the second character’s personality. Certain works in each of the lines was emphasized to deliver addition visual and emotional content.
Another recorded dialogue was animated using the same characters from the previous script. The overall size of the text was increased to make better use of space.

Animated by Dimple Vallabh | Script written and Recorded by Haley McGee & Carlyn Burchell | Concept by Jonathan Aitken & Sheldon Rosen

Animated by Dimple Vallabh | Script written and Recorded by Haley McGee & Carlyn Burchell | Concept by Jonathan Aitken & Sheldon Rosen

Further Explorations

Working with a research assistant over the course of the summer the previous scripts were re-recorded with an increased dramatic intonation. Attempts to visually separate both characters was taken with the use of: drop shadows, new fonts, and size.
The use of effects was carefully considered to deliver the correct visual and emotional message. Certain movements like a shaking were used to emphasize emotions like anger, while decreased opacity reflected intonation and desperation.
To separate the typographic characters further, each character was given a visual “trait.” One character’s dialog was accompanied by various words, while the other was distinguished by a glow effect.

Animated by Dimple Vallabh | Script written and Recorded by Haley McGee & Carlyn Burchell | Concept by Jonathan Aitken & Sheldon Rosen

Animated by Dimple Vallabh | Script written and Recorded by Haley McGee & Carlyn Burchell | Concept by Jonathan Aitken & Sheldon Rosen

Animated by Dimple Vallabh | Script written and Recorded by Haley McGee & Carlyn Burchell | Concept by Jonathan Aitken & Sheldon Rosen