Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Theater Portfolio IV
This time working with simple staging- the Theater company is minimal, leaving much stage space for the dancing and acting of the performers. Keeping that in mind, had to think up of simple sets that utilized color and ethnic symbols in order to convey the said culture atmospherically.
Fun with colooorrrrr. Yum!
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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Theater Portfolio III
The third installment to my portfolio.
Like the Aztec outfit, the natural designs for the traditional garb of the North West Pacific Aboriginals accommodated the dancer very well- leaving him the flexibility and moving capacity that they needed to perform. With these, it was a matter of utilizing that, and then tailoring the outfits to be more contemporary.
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Monday, December 21, 2009
Theater Portfolio II
The second concept for my Theater Design Portfolio.
This time, focusing on Aztec, and a semi-full outfit to relate the most prominent figure in Aztec culture- the Jaguar.
I've submitted this to the company already. Now it's the waiting game.
Pray people, PRAY!
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