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ENGL 4390 Topics in English: Visual Rhetoric
Resources for the Visual Rhetoric course exploring George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones
Westeros Sentinel captures the social engagement around Game of Thrones and provides a much deeper insight into evolving viewer perceptions and opinions. They reveal how new plot elements trigger and shape discussions, for example, or how real-world events such as an actor's public appearance at an award ceremony affect viewer sentiment.
"There is no formula so to speak for Game of Thrones. King's Landing looks Mediterranean and warm, which you can do with lights or with the final color correction. Other locations are cool. The costume palette is the same, the production design is the same, so throughout the episodes, there are continuous elements that help create consistency..."