Thursday, 14 February 2013

Aquatextile Savegoose Challenge title sequence


We've finished our title sequence! Huzzah!


Aquatextile Savegoose Challenge
Mystifying gameshow in which contestants don blindfolds and gloves in an attempt to identify a patch of fabric glued to the base of a swimming pool without the use of eyes or fingers, before the time runs out and a goose has its head pulled of by a specially-built clockwork machine in front of a party of confused and frightened German schoolchildren.
Producer: Butch R. Sous


Thursday, 7 February 2013

Music for the title sequence

We were searching for some music to use for our programme and came across this. It has the tension we've been looking for that suits the style of the show (taken from a serious approach).

video
Here's an edit that I've done to the audio, taking out a couple of bars and adding fades in and out to fit it under 30 seconds.

I've also made some drawings on illustrator to possibly use in the animation we have planned.

Title sequences

Our randomly picked tv programme that we have to made a 10-30 second title sequence for;

Aquatextile Savegoose Challenge
Mystifying gameshow in which contestants don blindfolds and gloves in an attempt to identify a patch of fabric glued to the base of a swimming pool without the use of eyes or fingers, before the time runs out and a goose has its head pulled of by a specially-built clockwork machine in front of a party of confused and frightened German schoolchildren.
Producer: Butch R. Sous

Just looking at various title sequences, focusing on gameshows as that's what my fictional show is.



I'm also looking at other tv shows/episodes because most gameshow intros are awful. The Hustle has a type of intro I initially thought of for savegoose, the style is much like Saul Bass's work.
As goosesave has a few features that would be difficult to get hold of such as the clockwork machine, I feel an animated approach would work best, plus it would be less disturbing for the intro if the clockwork machine was more implied than actually there.