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<Figure 8: The main design comps by the Korean painting style>

Solution

  • I changed the drawing style to calligraphy, since the various stroke weights and light colored scenes can express Korean tradition and cultural emotion more effectively. So, I started drawing with an ink on the Korean paper to reflect scene of the original Andong villages.

    • 3.2.

      Prototype 2

Compared with the version of prototype1, prototype 2 was designed like the Korean painting with considering user’s perspectives. In the main scene, along with the path, houses are located in center and surrounded by mountains. A traditional Korean paint- ing is two dimensional described by ink lines and dots in a flat space. Therefore, every graphic element drew in the main stage were stylized with shades of color and ink. For instance, the further away objects were located in a stage, the lighter the color used in order to demonstrate depth. I designed the main scene as if user was stand- ing on top of the mountains look down at the villages. As a result, I could visualize my concept including the silent sea and calm paths along the typical Korean mountains.

Problem

  • The user viewpoint limited the main stage in prototype2 while the drawing style

representing shade of ink dots and lines was closer to the my initial concept.

  • The houses ( functional buttons), are hard to notice as buttons.

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Storytelling of the Hahoe Mask

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