Fauna Portal

Amur Falcon Massacre, NAGALAND! 

A resting place for these birds turns into a DEATH TRAP. What is the obsession with wild meat! Why can’t man just be satisfied with chicken or any doemstic brid meat!!! Its not like their meat tastes any different! More over these poor birds who are supposed to be lethal wild hunters are helpless, tired during their migration from Russia to South Africa so they make a pit stop in Nagaland and unfortunately get massacred by MAN the biggest threat to planet earth. This is nothing new but another display of our cruel practices. Dodos were equally hunted like this for meat and look we have their stuffing to know how they looked when they EXISTED. 


OBSTACLES

1. Creating almost 2 icons of each animal.  2x30=  Why did I think I could do this!!!!!

2. Decide name of the portal Pronto. ( Ask for Help )

3. Speak with advisors, Take fewer breaks, BAN TV. 

4. DONT FORGET THE BIGGEST INCENTIVE: The Good Life Post Dip. 


- 2 styles I tried for the look of individual species profile.- Using the IUCN red list scale I thought it will be appropriate to include that scale to my composition. - Rhino pictogram created by me and rough framework- Right side bar will appear on hover to access other tabs. - 2 styles I tried for the look of individual species profile.- Using the IUCN red list scale I thought it will be appropriate to include that scale to my composition. - Rhino pictogram created by me and rough framework- Right side bar will appear on hover to access other tabs. 

- 2 styles I tried for the look of individual species profile.
- Using the IUCN red list scale I thought it will be appropriate to include that scale to my composition. 
- Rhino pictogram created by me and rough framework
- Right side bar will appear on hover to access other tabs. 


Stylesheet attempts 2.0
1) So in the first one I was going with the words - Mixed media, but less loud colours, more on the lines of familiar ‘Indian’ colour palette, Experimental compositions, digital illustrations.
2) This was based on the words: Eclectic, Fantasy like, Colourful. Overwhelming but soothing colour palette, I used a street art display font: Painter Umesh, which has layers that can be coloured in various combinations.
3) Traditional, Exoticism, Indian art forms revival. Mixed media but iconic. Using motifs and creating patterns.Anyway so after I received feedback on these stylesheets, I need to try going one notch lower and coming up with 1 Final stylesheet creating a hybrid style between new age digital graphics and traditional Indian art motifs maybe, not sure as I’m still trying to figure out my visual language.Stylesheet attempts 2.0
1) So in the first one I was going with the words - Mixed media, but less loud colours, more on the lines of familiar ‘Indian’ colour palette, Experimental compositions, digital illustrations.
2) This was based on the words: Eclectic, Fantasy like, Colourful. Overwhelming but soothing colour palette, I used a street art display font: Painter Umesh, which has layers that can be coloured in various combinations.
3) Traditional, Exoticism, Indian art forms revival. Mixed media but iconic. Using motifs and creating patterns.Anyway so after I received feedback on these stylesheets, I need to try going one notch lower and coming up with 1 Final stylesheet creating a hybrid style between new age digital graphics and traditional Indian art motifs maybe, not sure as I’m still trying to figure out my visual language.Stylesheet attempts 2.0
1) So in the first one I was going with the words - Mixed media, but less loud colours, more on the lines of familiar ‘Indian’ colour palette, Experimental compositions, digital illustrations.
2) This was based on the words: Eclectic, Fantasy like, Colourful. Overwhelming but soothing colour palette, I used a street art display font: Painter Umesh, which has layers that can be coloured in various combinations.
3) Traditional, Exoticism, Indian art forms revival. Mixed media but iconic. Using motifs and creating patterns.Anyway so after I received feedback on these stylesheets, I need to try going one notch lower and coming up with 1 Final stylesheet creating a hybrid style between new age digital graphics and traditional Indian art motifs maybe, not sure as I’m still trying to figure out my visual language.

Stylesheet attempts 2.0

1) So in the first one I was going with the words - Mixed media, but less loud colours, more on the lines of familiar ‘Indian’ colour palette, Experimental compositions, digital illustrations.

2) This was based on the words: Eclectic, Fantasy like, Colourful. Overwhelming but soothing colour palette, I used a street art display font: Painter Umesh, which has layers that can be coloured in various combinations.

3) Traditional, Exoticism, Indian art forms revival. Mixed media but iconic. Using motifs and creating patterns.

Anyway so after I received feedback on these stylesheets, I need to try going one notch lower and coming up with 1 Final stylesheet creating a hybrid style between new age digital graphics and traditional Indian art motifs maybe, not sure as I’m still trying to figure out my visual language.


Final framework for my portal. 
2 new features added: - INDIAN SCENE :This will be an ice-breaker of sorts, to get a gist of the wildlife scenario in India, Then and Now. - GLOSSARY:This is a section where terms related to wildlife which aren’t commonly used or which the users wont know about, will be explained. View Larger

Final framework for my portal. 

2 new features added: 
- INDIAN SCENE :This will be an ice-breaker of sorts, to get a gist of the wildlife scenario in India, Then and Now. 
- GLOSSARY:This is a section where terms related to wildlife which aren’t commonly used or which the users wont know about, will be explained.


GOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 
Sources:- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard GrimmettGOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 
Sources:- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard GrimmettGOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 
Sources:- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard GrimmettGOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 
Sources:- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard GrimmettGOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 
Sources:- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard Grimmett

GOing through some Bird books, to see how they display the species for identification purposes for Bird watchers. Identifiers like male and female birds, difference in their plumage and how they look in flight and while perched. 

Sources:
- Book of Indian Birds 13th Edition - Salim Ali
- Birds of the Indian subcontinent - Richard Grimmett