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Title: Gazpacho: Cortometraje de animación en 2D
Author: Guiberteau Carrera, Ana Sara
Tutor: Mayor Ros, Aleix
Others: Gilaberte Redondo, Andreu
Abstract: Nostalgia and sadness are emotions that, as humans, we tend to want to avoid. They can cause us emotional distress and, in many cases, that is something we don’t know how to manage. This creates a tendency to reject these emotions, even though they are part of the human experience. Gazpacho is an animated and accessible 2D short film that aims to embrace these emotions in order to stop running away from them. It’s a short story, starring a grandmother and her granddaughter with the renowned dish of Andalusian gastronomy as the leitmotif. It is available in two versions: the version with music only and the version that includes a narration adapted for people with visual impairments. The short is digitally illustrated and animated using digital illustration and compositing software such as Adobe After Effects and Procreate. It’s made of both modern digital techniques such as motion graphics style animation as well as digital techniques that emulate the more traditional frame-by-frame style. The visual aesthetics, the music and the rhythm of the composition work in unison to ensure that the communicative objective of these emotions - and their acceptance as valid emotions - fulfills its purpose.
Keywords: short film
Adobe After Effects
2D short
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2024
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Gazpacho Cortometraje Accesible.mp4

Versión con narración accesible del cortometraje.108,1 MBMP4View/Open

Gazpacho Cortometraje.mp4

Versión original del cortometraje.154,07 MBMP4View/Open
Cartel cinematográfico.pngCartel de presentación del cortometraje6,05 MBimage/pngThumbnail
aguiberteauTFG0124memoria.pdfMemoria del TFG7,8 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
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