Looking for some advice...
In my company, I have been working with a screencast producer and a student in psychology to produce a 6 part series based on a mental issue that gamers experience.
I have to make 6 episodes, around 40 min each, of motion graphics, to help visualize concepts being spoken by a voice over that has been recorded by these 2 guys.
It's in German, but I do have the english transcript, however I find some of it very hard to turn into visual metaphors. In some cases, the most obvious metaphors, take the longest amount of time to create, for such a minimal effect.
Let me give an example :
"This makes psychological elements even more important. As the game theory becomes clearer and clearer, you need to turn to these things to extract the last edge and exploit opponents’ leaks. That’s why in the following part, we have some elements which will particularly appeal to the semi-pros and pros amongst you, who can still push themselves a bit harder in order to improve their overall performance. "
What would be an efficient way to realise this short paragraph, without spending too much time on it, but still accomplishing something visually appealing?
In the first 2 episodes we had a lot of video interviews so there wasn't much motion graphics, but now it's 100% motion graphics only, and I just find it very difficult to realise such complex paragraphs.