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Presentation on process follow to storyboard an animated television episode.

Presentation on process follow to storyboard an animated television episode.

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    • “First learn to be a craftsman, it won't keep you from being a genius” Eugene Delacroix
    • The fundamentals of boarding are easy. The practice is hard.
    • STORYBOARDS A Method
    • The job of a board artist on is to serve the director’s idea of how the story should be told.
    • The job of a board artist on is to serve the director’s idea of how the story should be told. And to make deadline.
    • The board is the first visual slash at getting the story told.
    • Boards get better in revisions with specific instructions from the director.
    • 4 B’s Blank Blue Black Back & Forth
    • Blank
    • Blank Read the bible. Mark up the script. Study the models. Talk to the director. Breakdown the script.
    • Blank Read the bible. Always ask for one.
    • Blank Read the script. (Mark it up)
    • Blank Study the character models and locations GET SIZE RELATIONS
    • Blank PLAN REUSE NOW
    • Blank Talk to the director. Get thumbnails on specific ideas/shots.
    • Blank LISTEN TO THE TRACK
    • Blank Breakdown the script. Think. Don’t draw.
    • Blue
    • Blue This is the hard part. Don’t thumbnail. Focus on the story. Watch for staging/composition within the fld. Watch cutting continuity.
    • Blue Don’t thumbnail. Work size as.
    • Blue Focus on the story. LISTEN TO THE TRACK AGAIN Is the gesture and expression furthering the story? Does it link to action/acting that happens later in the script.
    • Blue Watch for staging/ composition within the fld. (Cropping)
    • Blue Watch cutting continuity. Eye trace. Character position. Look for jump cuts.
    • Present to director. Always get feedback.
    • Black
    • Black This is the fun part. Focus on clear gesture/silhouette. Be specific about your expressions. Watch for clichés.
    • Black Focus on clear gesture/silhouette.
    • Black Be specific about your expressions.
    • Black Watch for clichés.
    • Back & Forth REVISIONS
    • Back & Forth Usually handled in house by asst director or SB supervisor. Rarely get handed back to board artist.