Wednesday, November 13, 2013

ten frames.



frame one: entering the skate park on a deserted night (skateboard's point of view).

frame two: warming up.

frame three: attempting a trick that it's never done without a rider.

frame four: falling.
frame five: falling again.
frame six: frustrated about falling again.
frame seven: feeling defeated.
frame eight: taking a moment to recollect.
frame nine: another attempt.
frame ten: success.  
for one of my classes we had to do a 10 frame project that was required to tell a story without the main character being a human or an animal. i went with "the little skateboard who could" approach.

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