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    Unit 306 - Lesson 8 - Storyboard Unit 306 - Lesson 8 - Storyboard Presentation Transcript

    • StoryboardLesson 8
    • Lesson GoalsUnderstand why storyboards are used in planningcomic booksBe able to create a storyboard suitable for your owncomic book #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • What is a storyboard?Think about the different parts…
    • Understand use of storyboardsStoryboards Create an original storyboard Used as a way of planning what you are going to make before you actually have to make it. Storyboards can allow you to see how a storyline will flow through a comic strip. They can also let you place characters and dialogue in the panels so you don’t hide any deatails. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Understand use of storyboardsTerminology Create an original storyboard Panel – These are the boxes that frame the action for each scene in your comic book. Spread - Sometimes panels may overlap or even span across two or more pages as a spread. Splash – Often the opening scene of a comic will take up a full page or half a page as a splash. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Understand use of storyboardsTerminology Create an original storyboard Speech Bubble – Used to show dialogue between characters in the comic strip. Different styles used depending on the way in which the dialogue would be delivered. Caption – Narrative for the comic strip that doesn’t belong to the dialogue but is needed to explain the storyline. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Understand use of storyboardsTerminology Create an original storyboard Symbolia – Elements such as a light bulbs being used to indicate an idea, dotted lines for evil looks, dust clouds hanging behind an object, star bursts to indicate dizziness. Motion Lines – Used to indicate something has moved. Lines can be straight or curved and will indicate the direction of travel. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Understand use of storyboardsTerminology Create an original storyboard Sound Effects – One of the most common standards of comic book design with sounds of the comic strip written in uppercase, often 3d style text. Sometimes they may be drawn with a jagged edge or cloud effect around to indicate the nature of the sound. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Understand use of storyboardsYour Task Create an original storyboard Create a original storyboard for the comic book showing: Panel layout Character placement Dialogue Headings used Make sure that your storyline, script and storyboard all work together with the aim of creating an original comic book. #storyboard #panel #comicbook
    • Key WordsStoryboard A sequence of drawings to visually plan the final comic bookPanel The box on a comic book in which the scene will be drawn