Up till now, the group has made two types of sets. One included the dirt and dullness of the story whereas the other is brought to life. We are able to see comparisons of the two as it is exciting to switch the scenes in the model box. Also, we have been cutting and gluing images onto cardboard which is placed in the model box. The group is now considering which materials will be added in the set to emphasize the stage. This included investigating how we can demonstrate to the audience that the set has changed by including bright lighting or petals falling onto the ground as the florist reopens. In my opinion, the set looks as it should be because one half of the story is very unappealing whereas the second part is much more attractive but still glum.
Members of the team created different set designs in a smaller scale box. I photocopied images from my 1950 Mood board and attached it inside the model box to visualise if it would look suitable as one of the main backdrops in the real production. Experimenting and exchanging images enabled me to recognise how the different sets needed a different scenery to portray the correct message to the audience making it clear for them to realise a change has occurred. From this, we could take the next step into developing these ideas by using creative materials such as fabrics, paint, and tissue paper.