Thursday, 14 January 2016

Dynamics Part 2: Particles Grids



  1. Hey Vlad,

    When we spoke briefly about some alternate ideas re. adaptation that might give you 'what you want' re. character design etc., I mentioned a piece of classical music entitled Le Festin de l'araignee - or The Spider's Banquet - by Roussel: with parts of the suite entitled things like: 'Entrance of the Dung-Beetles' and 'Dance of the May-Fly' - it's very evocative, and because it's based on a classical composition, it's also very free in terms of adaptation.

    I'd really like to see you embrace the opportunity to truly adapt something, as opposed to shoehorn existing or comfortable archetypes into a story to which those ideas have no true or legitimate relationship - for example, taking a Bulgarian story about humans in an agricultural setting, and forcing it to resemble the world you want to paint. It would be much more legitimate to choose a source that enables proper creative development a) because it's more free to begin with and b) because it represents a surprise and departure for you too. Anyway - have a listen, do some digging and see what you think.

    1. I like the idea Phil, very thoughtful of you, thank you!
      I will try to come up with some images based on the piece :)