The resulting scenes or images were placed in a grid in Adobe Photoshop software which can be read from left to right and top to bottom to give a graphic sense of the film progression, in effect a graphic outcome to the film. In a state of proper arrangement, by considering graphic means of representing the film in relation to colour context, the graphical representation of the film was laid out as a linear sequence. The possibilities for testing generated a mixed of different colours of scenes interface thereby showing the scenes reconfiguration in colour and tonal ranges as depicted in the figures above.
Lucifer was a fallen angel, meaning he was once God’s right hand man. As he was thrown down the steps of heaven he was placed into the depth of hell to become the devil – Satan. Therefore the correlation that can be deduced from the origin of Lucifer’s vice is that Cathy Ames, the epitome of evil, may be a fallen angel as well. Providing that this is so, the common understanding of Cathy being born a monster is challenged. One can then argue that her soul is indeed not a shallow creek, but rather an ocean so deep that even her virtue obscured at
Heath Grant; who is Vulcan, wears black clothes and a black mask. His black mask symbolizes the anti-hero aspect of his character, as someone who doesn’t want to stand out as a hero. However, the blonde hair he sports illustrates the overall goodness of his character, that at his core he is a genuine person. The buster sword he carries on his back represents the burden that he carries personally, and as one gifted with the power of the gods. His ability to shoot fire out of his right hand is associated with a Christian perspective of right and left; the right hand being the righteous hand, and in disparity the left hand is associated with the Devil’s hand.
Reflection of “Geometric Aljamía” Art Piece: The Temple of Sensitivity- Jorge Benitez, 2015 Illustration board, Hydrocal, Bristol Board, Acrylic The title of the piece and the structure is a juxtaposition to the ugly creatures depicted and Islamic artistic traditions. I think this is created in a satirical manner. Islamic art follows a tradition of depicting the beauty of the universe and this piece of art depicts ugly mythical creatures.
As the story goes on Sophocles use imagery of light and dark to describe Oedipus. Oedipus life starts out good by him become king and from there things start to get worse. Oedipus is showing as imagery of darkness because of what he has done wrong, Which led to his downfall. Like the killing of his father and when he married his own mother, In reality, darkness is always showing to be associated with evil. These actions of Oedipus is evil, thus, it proves to be the imagery of darkness.
He then goes on to define decolonization, he defines it as “decolonization is quite simply the substitution of one “species” of mankind by another” (citefanon pg. 1). Fanon mentions that the colonizers and the colonised have a very violent history and that the historical process of decolonization creates disorder and chaos. He mentions that the colonial world is a world that is divided into two parts, it is a divided and a compartmentalised world, where divisions are done solely based on who are the natives (the colored subjects) and who are the colonisers (the white men). He calls this divided world based on color as a Manichaean world.
This is clear when Antonio is talking to Caesar about Cassius and he says, “Fear him not, Caesar,
An example of honor is when he chooses t fight Grendel with no armor. “unarmed he shall face me, if face me he dares.” (685-685). This proves to the reader and to Beowulf’s men that he is a truly honorable warrior. He has gone above and beyond to make the fight equitable and make sure that he is at no advantage.
One could even argue that Robin Hood and the Merry Men were more like knights than outlaws through their protection of women and children, their choice of granting mercy to enemies in battle, and with how they were always honorable to opponents in battle. One part of the code of chivalry that Robin Hood and his men frequently displayed was their will to protect/be courteous to women and children. An example of this is when one of Prince John’s men grabs the server girl and Robin shoots him to protect the girl. This is showing that Robin simply will not stand for the mistreatment of women. Another example of this is with how Robin treats Lady Marian throughout the movie.
In Macbeth, while contemplating whether or not he should kill Duncan, Macbeth says. “I have no spur / To prick the sides of my intent, but only / Vaulting ambition, which o’erleaps itself / And falls on the other”(i.vii.25-28). Macbeth is saying that he has ambition to kill Duncan, but there is no good reason to except for him to gain power. At this point, Macbeth has little power, only ruling his own homeland, so when he does kill Duncan later in the story, he is able to keep his morals intact. He is doing something that, in his mind, he needs to do.
If the picture wasn’t tampered with then the stars would not be visible because of the brightness of the lighthouse. However, he brings them out because one of the qualities was peace, and the stars represent it. In our culture wishing on a star especially a shooting one isn’t uncommon which makes stars lucky. That’s why the photographer photoshopped the picture so you can see these lucky things, especially since they’re next to a “guiding” lighthouse. The lighthouse and stars are two common traits going well together lucky and guiding.
However, at the end, we connect the brains to show that they are interconnected. Initially, Elijah questions his existence in this world, however near the end of the movie he reveals that his existence is because of David. He seldom cares about the casualties he caused because he realizes his true identity is one of a villain. In every story, a superhero can not exist without a villain.