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Theme: “Pirates of the Mississippi”
My 5.25 minute pyromusical highlights many of the things pirates love; open waters, a lot of gold/silver, and of course, cannons. I incorporated what I felt was a nod to pirates of the past by incorporating many blues and greens as a pirate’s life is spent mostly on the high seas and venturing into unknown lands looking for treasure. With the Gateway Arch and downtown St. Louis, MO as the backdrop, you will experience the highs and lows of pirate life via music and pyrotechnics.
|Overall Impact||What was the overall impression of the show?
Was the show interesting, engaging, compelling, moving?
|Design / Script||Did the design include a variety of firing patterns?
Was the show creative, containing new or innovative elements?
|Use of products||Did the show contain a variety of high-quality effects?
Were the effects realistic?
Did the size and volume of effects fit the music soundtrack?
How was the use of color? Were the colors coordinated and complimentary with scenes?
|Music score||Did the soundtrack help to convey the theme of the show?
Was the soundtrack editing well executed? Were the transitions natural and seamless?
Did the soundtrack include multiple tempos such as slow/fast, calm/energetic?
|Scenery||How did the show fit within the scenery or location?
Did the show make use of at least 1 model (Pro)? Google Maps imagery (Pro)?
Background images, landscape features, water (Hobbyist/Pro)?
|Title/Theme & Description||Did the show include a title or theme?
Did the show include a description or synopsis?
Was the theme evident and well depicted in the show?