For my final took my rough assembly and re-tweaked the timing to be essentially frame perfect. I then created a series of stroke-based vectors of each number and all the rules themselves, and scanned them in. I felt as if the rules would be well suited on a whiteboard or written on a wall, so I tired to graphically emulate that. The drippy, graffiti-esque appearance is because of the gritty and underground nature of the club and rules themselves. The transitions were timed with diegetic audio from the clip, and differentiating elements were applied based upon the rules themselves, such as the 'as long as they have to' causing the type to pan off the screen.