Analysis of Visual Work- Peter Pan

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Professor Slotten Design Forum Sean Embrey-Stine Spring 2012 Analysis of Visual Work When I approached my design for Act II of Peter Pan, I wanted to be very careful with my choices, since this would determine the audience’s first impression of Neverland. I wanted Neverland to be seen as a magical, welcoming, and delightful place, at least for Act II. My inspiration began with an image from Disney’s the Jungle Book because I noticed a lot of parallels between Mowgli’s quest to remain in the jungle and Peter Pan’s desire to remain in Neverland. The jungle and Neverland both represent a sort of paradise for children. While they are both full of danger, they have an indescribable appeal that makes it very difficult to want to leave. I decided to soften the straight lines used in the first act and to use a color scheme of green, and gold, and black for this act, understanding that the longer we stay in Neverland, these things would change to reflect the struggles the children face there.
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  • Spring '12
  • TomSlotten
  • Neverland, J. M. Barrie, Mowgli

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