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Planning booklet 2

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  1. 1. Digital Graphic Narrative Planning Use this booklet to help structure your planning and collate your planning documents. Considerations: There are lots of things to consider in this project. Fill out each section in detail to show you have thought about each one. You should imagine that this is a live project, so considerations like cost, quantity and codes of practice must be thought about in that context rather than just as a college project. Costs: The cost to produce my book would be low because the story is short and simple. To print the pages it will cost £1.32. To put it together it will cost an extra 8p. the over all cost to this will be £1.40. Available resources: The resources I have at college are Photoshop and a printer. Photoshop helps me produce my book and the printer helps me print my book.
  2. 2. Quantity: I will start by printing 20 copies and I will issue them to friends and I will let them decided whether I should print off more and sell them. Once I have done this I will print off 100+ copies and issue them to WHSmiths and other book retailers. If this is successful I will sell my books worldwide. Audience and Target Market: My audience will be 4-7 years. It will also be unisex (for girls and boys) I will be selling my books to anyone and I will be selling them online. I chose 4-7 years because I feel as if this is the best age as toddlers have aged a bit and can understand more. Also when children age to 8 and on wards children start to read more advance things, so this will start to be to young for them. Quality Factors: I will keep the quality by keeping the same style on all my characters, the same font, font size and the same quality. I will keep the same quality of characters by creating them on a spate Photoshop document so I can reuse the exact same character model on other backgrounds. Codes of Practice: The publishers association code of practise cover how should interact with authors. It covers a varitly of economical issues that do not relate to this project.
  3. 3. Regulation Any book falling under the definition a toy will have to be compliant with new toy directive 2009/48/EC if sold on the European market. The obscene publications Act 1959 and the Equality Act 2010 may also apply depending on the content of your work. Copyright: The present UK copyright law is the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.It supplies the makers of literary, musical, dramatic and artistic works the right to control the ways in which their material may be used Ethical Issues: Ethical issues include things like racism or discrimination. My book does not contain any ethical issues, as it is a very light-hearted children’s book.
  4. 4. 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 currently 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? Photoshop Yes A computer Printer Yes At college script Yes A computer Flat plans Yes A computer Books to research Yes College library
  5. 5. Production Schedule: Delivering your project on time is vital. In order to do this, you need a solid plan of action. This will help you divide up your work in to manageable chunks to be tackled one at a time. It will also allow you to plan which tasks need to be done in which order. It will also allow you to track your progress each day. If you are falling behind, you will need to modify the way you work. If you work faster than expected, you can clearly see what the next steps you need to take are. Each session is a half day of college. Session 1: 1 Make back ground for first page. 2 make character Pablo pan Session 2: Make different positions for Pablo Make Laquisha Make different positions for Laquisha
  6. 6. Add unfinished detail Session 3: Make Robert the raven Make different positions for Robert the raven Make captain banana Make different positions for captain banana Session 4: Make evil monkey Make different positions for the evil monkey Make background 2
  7. 7. Background 2 Session 5: Make background 3 make background 3 Make background 4 Make background 4 Session 6: Make background 5 Make background 5 Make back ground 6
  8. 8. Make background 7 Session 7: Make background 7 Make background 8 Make background 8 Make background 9 Session 8: Make background 9 Make background 10 Make background 11
  9. 9. Make background 11 Session 9: Make background 12 Make background 13 Make background 14 Add any detail that needs adding Session 10: Corrections Corrections Final corrections
  10. 10. Front cover Health and safety: Your health and safety and that of those around you is very important. Just like in industry, an accident could prevent you from working. Whilst we don’t work in a highly dangerous environment, there are still risks. Some are short term, such as trips and spillages whilst others, such as long term damage to eyesight or back problems, may affect you much later in life.
  11. 11. Consider the risks based on the activities you will be undertaking during the project. Explain how you could prevent them from happening. Ensure you reference appropriate pieces of legislation, design to protect people at work. Health and Safety Issue How can you prevent it? Hackers Install anti virus software. Back stain Have a break every few hours for 10-20 minutes. Eye strain Have a break every few hours for 10-20 minutes. RSI Have a break every few hours for 10-20 minutes.

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