Photo Artwork inspired by ‘The Distance of The Moon’

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This photo artwork is inspired by the story ‘The Distance of The Moon’. At first, I wanted to use the scene that one of the character is climbing to the moon through the ladder. The whole scene is on the sea so that there must a boat. Therefore, I created a picture by using the reference of sea, boat, ladder, silhouette of people, and big moon. The big moon is my own reference picture which is the took on the fake candle. For making the picture seems more real, I also adjusted the light and shadow.

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Picture inside the crystal ball

After that, I searched the reference picture of crystal ball, face and hand of a clown. I also use my own reference of light reflection on the crystal ball. The reason is we know that the story is totally created by the imagination of the author and the story must be impossible. As a result, I decided to imply the scene when the author is creating the story, considering and mastering the destiny of the characters. These objects are all in the dark environment since I wanted to show the feelings of mystery and horror that are not related to the story but inspired by it. This photo artwork helps to represent my previous assignment, to take pictures and create fake moon. For the previous assignment, I took many pictures of fake moon, but I only chose one for making present artwork because I think this one is the most adapted one.

  • Here are my own reference from last assignment:

IMG_8222 copy    Light reflection on a pot

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fake candle in dark environment

  • Here are the reference that I found from the website:

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