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Mr. Groh's Lecture Notes

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A recent lecture by Jason Groh for Sheridan's Third Year Story Lab

A recent lecture by Jason Groh for Sheridan's Third Year Story Lab

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  • 1. IDEA  GENERATION:PROJECT  DEVELOPMENT:PORTFOLIO  PRESENTATION:BY:  JASON  GROH
  • 2.  “GOOD  ARTISTS                RECOGNIZE  THEY  WORK  WITHIN  CONSTRAINTS”ED  CATMULL
  • 3. IDEA  GENERATION:
  • 4. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration
  • 5. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration
  • 6. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration Development
  • 7. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration Development
  • 8. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration Development Execution
  • 9. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration Development Execution
  • 10. IDEA  GENERATION: Inspiration Development Execution Audience
  • 11. TEN  THINGS  I  CAN  DO  TO  START  THE  FILM  MAKING  PROCESS…..  CARTOON  KICKSTARTING  
  • 12.  A  SINGLE  IMAGE  THAT  SUMS  UP  MY  IDEA  WITH  A  CHARACTER  AND  ENVIRONMENT
  • 13. A  ROUGH  DESIGN  SHEET  OF  THE  CHARACTERS  IN  MOVEMENT/VARIED  POSES  TO  DESCRIBE  HOW  THEY  WILL   MOVE  OR  ACT.
  • 14. WRITE  A  SINGLE  PARAGRAPH  OR  PREFERABLY  A  SENTENCE   THAT  DESCRIBES  MY  FILM
  • 15. TEN  THUMBNAILS  OF  THE  MAIN  BEATS  OF  YOUR  IDEA
  • 16. A  TWO-­‐PAGE  OUTLINE  OF   THE  STORY
  • 17. THUMBNAILS  OF  THE  SETS/LOCATIONS  OR  LAYOUTS  FOR   THE  IDEA
  • 18. STRAIGHT  AHEAD  THUMBNAILS  OF   THE  WHOLE  STORY  TIMED  AT  2-­‐5   MINUTES  EACH
  • 19. ONE  EXPLORATORY  DRAWING  A  DAY  USING  YOUR  CHARACTERS  FOR  1  WEEK
  • 20. ONE  CHARACTER  ROUGH  LINE  UP  DRAWING  THAT  IS  SHAPE  BASED   WITH  ALL  YOUR  CHARACTERS
  • 21. 10  PIECES  OF  THOUGHTFUL  ADVICE  ABOUT  YOUR  FILM.....
  • 22. BE  AUTHENTIC…. WHAT  YOUR   PEERS  ARE   DOING  IS  NOT   WHAT  YOU   SHOULD  BE  
  • 23.  IF  YOU  DON’T  LIKE  WHAT  YOU  PICK  FOR  YOUR  FILM’S  SUBJECT  MATTER  IN  SEPTEMBER….BE  ASSURED  YOU  WON’T  LIKE  IT  IN  APRIL
  • 24. CREATING  A  FILM  IN  STYLE  AND  FEEL  SIMILAR  TO  A  STUDIO  YOU  WANT    TO  WORK  FOR,  CAN  STILL  BE  AUTHENTIC   IF  YOU  LOVE  THE  STORY
  • 25. YOU  WILL  NEVER  BE  CRITICIZED   FOR  DOING  IT  YOUR  WAY  IF   YOU  FINISH  YOUR  FILM
  • 26. DON’T  ASK  FOR  ADVICE,  OR  A   CRITIQUE  TO  SATISFY  YOUR   OWN  VANITY.IF  YOU  ASK….CONSIDER  THE   ADVICE….IF  THEADVICE  IS   GOOD….                                                  USE  IT!!
  • 27. ASK  FOR  A  CRITIQUE  FROM  AT   LEAST  ONE  PERSON  WHO   SCARES  YOU.
  • 28. IF  YOU  ARE  IN  A  RYTHYM  AND   ARTISTICALLY  ARE  MOVING   FORWARD….DON’T  STOP  FOR  AN  OPINION  OR  TO   GET  CRITIQUED KEEP  GOING
  • 29. DON’T  SATISFY  YOU  OWN  EGO  BY: PLAYING  CREATIVE  CRITIQUES   WITH  ANSWERS  LIKE  “OH  THAT’S  JUST  MY  STYLE”
  • 30. STEP  OUTSIDE  YOUR  EGO
  • 31. DON’T  STOP  TO  LET  SELF-­‐   DOUBT  BUILD. KEEP  GOING!!!!!!!
  • 32. NOT  EVERY  DRAWING/PIECE  OF   WORK/PAINTING  HAS  TO  BE  FOR  SOMETHING.
  • 33. SOMETIMES  THE  EXERCISE  OF  DOING  IT  IS  THE  POINT
  • 34. THANK  YOU  &  GOOD  LUCK

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