ILLUSTRATORS & GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Illustrate and design the visuals below for our political satire “Political Action 2” which is gonna be for our TV episode RE: Games. CONTRIBUTE HERE
NOTE: Please refer to THIS SCRIPT for additional details.
- Politician’s Wife
- Politician’s Kids
- Black Cocker Spaniel
- The backs of Journalists
- Babies to kiss
- Steel Workers
- Veterans in Hospitals
- Teacher’s Union Members
- Coffee Shop Patrons
- The Political Opponent
- Presidential Seal
* CUT SCENE BACKGROUNDS
- Living Room
- Polling Place
- The White House
* GRAPHIC DESIGN
- 2 Newspapers w/ these Headlines: 1) CONFIDENT CANDIDATE, 2) CANDIDATE WINS THE NOMINATION
- Title Screen: POLITICAL ACTION 2: CRUSADE OF THE CANDIDATE
LEVEL 1 DESIGNS (everything is 2D and flat)
- Create Side-Scrolling World
- Design Dollars and Super Dollar
- Design Donors
- Design Celebrity Endorsement Star
- Design Super PAC
LEVEL 2 DESIGNS (everything is seen from a bird’s eye view)
- Design Top-Down World - STREET
- Design Public Opinion Meter
- Design Bus - The Stump Mobile
- Design Traffic
- Design Street Signs
- Design Photo Op Zones
- Design Buildings
- Design TV Studio
- Design Iowa Corn Fields
- Design New Hampshire Snow Drifts
- BONUS: Photo Op Zone
- BONUS: Living Room Props - Couch, Framed Artwork, Rifle, etc.
- BONUS: Tear Drop
LEVEL 3 DESIGNS (everything is side view)
- Design Exotic Fighting Back drop — Washington D.C. The Capitol Building / The Washington Monument type of look.
- Impact effects when punches are landed — Sonic waves and balls of energy.
LEVEL 4 DESIGNS (everything is side view)
- Design single screen game world with gaps on the top that states can fall through. Different Platforms to Jump to.
- Design States that fall from above. Large and recognizable.
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