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Temple Festivity Imagery in Character Illustrations
Chao Wei -Weng
temple festivity imagery
This study attempts to infuse elements of temple festivity imagery into character illustrations so as to enhance the interest in folk culture among the general public. The theme of this study；the temple festivity images in the local culture, runs throughout the creation of character illustration in the form of computer illustration, which brings folk customs to life in more modern and refined manner and allows temple festivities to leave a deeper imprint in the minds of the public. Given that illustration can transcend time and space, computer illustration is used to frame images of temple festivity in a digital and modern way. After basic concepts of character illustration and temple festivity images are drawn from related literatures, creation of character illustration pursues a more realistic path. The combination of traditional lucky-charm images and modern character illustration are spiced up by folklores, performances and the props used in the temple festivity, and the sculpture and paintings found in temples to showcase the refinement and modernity of local art. This study presents a wonderful world of character illustration with elements of temple festivities in an attempt to shorten the gap between tradition and modernity. Temple festivity images reinvent the uniqueness and beauty of local art. Hopefully, this will be the basis on which future efforts will continue to build in order to make the general public more interested in the development and potential of local art, and the design, development, utilization of local art can be further enhanced so that it can shine on the international stage.
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