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A History of Narrative Film

A History of Narrative Film
pdf | 42.54 MB | English | Isbn:978-0393920093 | Author: David A. Cook | PAge: 865 | Year: 2016

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Artstation - Trench Pilgrim - Narrative Design by Mike Franchina
Video: .MP4, 1920×1080 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Duration: 3h
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 7.79 GB
In this package, you will learn the fundamentals of developing ideas into compelling visual stories. You will discover how to incorporate the four main pillars of design (story, iconic shapes, believable details, and resonance) to drive and bring your concepts to life. This course is ideal for intermediate to advanced students who are passionate about design and looking to level up their concept skills.

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Narrative Design and Authorship in Bloodborne An Analysis of the Horror Videogame
Madelon Hoedt, "Narrative Design and Authorship in Bloodborne: An Analysis of the Horror Videogame "
English | ISBN: 1476672180 | 2019 | 214 pages | PDF | 2 MB
In the vein of their cult-classic dark fantasy titles Demon’s Souls (2009) and the Dark Souls franchise (2011, 2014, 2016), game developers FromSoftware released the bleak Gothic horror Bloodborne in 2015. Players are cast in the role of hunters in a hostile land, probing the shadowy city of Yharnam in search of "paleblood." The game achieved iconic status as both a horror and an action title for its rich lore and for the continuity of story elements through all aspects of game design. This first full-length study examines Bloodborne’s themes of dangerous knowledge and fatal pride and its aesthetics in the context of other works on game studies, horror and the Gothic. The book’s three parts focus on lore and narrative, the game’s nightmarish world, and its mechanics.

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The Shield of Homer Narrative Structure in the Illiad
Keith Stanley, "The Shield of Homer: Narrative Structure in the Illiad "
English | ISBN: 0691607575 | 2014 | 484 pages | PDF | 24 MB
In this masterly interpretation of narrative sequence in the Iliad, Keith Stanley not only sharpens the current debate over the date and creation of the poem, but also challenges the view of this work as primarily a celebration of heroic force. He begins by studying the intricate ring-composition in the verses describing Achilles’ shield, then extends this analysis to reveal the Iliad as an elaborate and self-conscious formal whole. In so doing he defends the hypothesis that the poem as we know it is a massive reorganization and expansion of earlier "Homeric" material, written in response to the need for a stable text for repeated performance at the sixth-century Athenian festival for the city’s patron goddess.

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