Term is wrapping up and I’ve not managed to regularly post stuff from school! >_< This is the character lineup and color script from our colour class at school this term, from the story Rappacini’s Daughter. More to come! :)
Some of my thoughts on the color script: I tried to do this thing where the streets of Morocco (essentially, ‘outside’) was blue, and blue is Giovanni’s color. As he enters the garden he is the only blue spot, but is soon overtaken by the warm oranges of (infatuation) and the light of the garden, which starts out to be this warm, inviting thing. Soon that orange turns sinister, and then purple, the color of the poisonous flower, overtakes everything as he realises that he, too, is poisoned. Then blue makes an appearance again! An antidote from the outside world! But the outside is the antithesis to Beatrice, and is what kills her. I really enjoy these sorts of color/symbolism/narrative tie-ins..