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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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Yep, my first PMV. This one is a little more visually oriented to the show rather than some type flying across the screen. The challenge was to see if I could mesh in the show with visuals into something that was a typography-ish graphical hybrid of some sort. Since I haven’t seen anything like this, I wanted to see what I could come up with.
With all the given efforts, this project has been a while in the making. Since this video style is rather experimental, I’m open to any kinds of opinions. Anyway, hope you like!
I had the initial idea for this back when the episode first aired, but really hasn’t come about until recently (which is a long story). The creation process was quite spontaneous. To some degree, I was creating ‘on the fly’ and formalizing ideas on the go. I normally don't work this way with projects, but doing so seemed to fair for this.
When I first began, my intent was to keep the style typography oriented (no visuals at all). Through the creation process, I realized this wasn't going to work because well...it didn't seem that interesting. Type alone didn't seem to cut it. From there, I went through some revisions to get the right feel with visuals. With all the time put in, I'm glad to call it finished. Even though the project took longer than I wanted, I feel the challenge (and with every challenge) makes for a good learning experience. In all, I feel pretty good with the results.