Illustrated interactive story
The story is a reviewed version of Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein. New elements have been included, with new characters and new environments. The story will be later illustrated and developed in an interactive setting. The created environment will allow the user to interact with the story and play with the characters and their elements.
To let the user participate in the creative process behind the construction of an illustrated interactive story, we decided to create a blog where we can write about the various phases of the project, show the working methods and the drawings during the work process.
The perspective in history
I started the storyboard. Slowly because this month was a busy. The next month will be a busy :S
In this story, I also tried to represent atmospheres, environments that I had seen before in movies, cartoons and that seemed perfect for this project.
Surfing on the internet I found the Steampunk and it was love at first sight!
After a month fulled with emails between me and Andrea, we finally took a decision on which story had to be illustrate. We chose some features the story should have, then asked to Viorica to write it.