Monday, December 2, 2013

Space Assignment Test

Hello my dear class! Thank you for coming to this lovely test today. Here you will embark upon relaying back to me the extent of your knowledge in regards to the usage of space within film. You will have 1 hour to complete the test. I wish you luck and may the odds be ever in your favor.

Let the test begin!:

Before I ask you any questions, I'll give you a bit of help... here are examples of the four types of space in film. I won't tell you which is which, but, hey, it helps limit it down to something, does it not?! Thank me for my good-hearted nature, okay?





A. So there are four types of space... what are they?
1.  _____________
2.  _____________
3.  _____________
4.  _____________

B. Draw an example scene of each type of space. Include at least three depth queues for each type of space and label which depth queues you are using.

1.





2.





3.





4.






C. There are 5 types of surface divisions that we discussed... what are they?
1.  _____________
2.  _____________
3.  _____________
4.  _____________
5.  _____________

D. What is closed and open space and how do you achieve them?
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E. Why would a filmmaker use a specific type of space and use surface divisions?
______________________________________________________
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Great job, student! You have successfully completed the test. Have a lovely day and stay hydrated!


How it will be graded:
I will go through the answers and see if they got them correct. For the drawings I will be relying on their labeling as a means to determine their understanding. As you can imagine, sometimes drawing space can be very difficult, so I will not take points off for poor drawing skills.

Question A is worth 8 points (2 points an answer)
Question B is worth 12 points (3 points an answer)
Question C is worth 10 points (2 points an answer)
Question D is worth 5 points
Question E is worth 5 points
...Bringing us to an overall possible total of 40 points!


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