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  • 01/29/13
  • 01/29/13
  • How are they different from visualisation diagrams? Questions on the what do they contain secti http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSOJiSUI0z8on? – 13 MINUTES HISTORY OF STORYBOARDING
  • Think pair share Questions: Get students to identify what makes these storyboards different What makes a good storyboard? Why are they important? Why is it important to be specific with timings shot angles?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNUoZY9araI
  • 01/29/13
  • Cm l3

    1. 1. 201 Pr e-Pr oductionSkillsSTORYBOARD PRODUCTION
    2. 2. DO NOWOpen up the Creative Imedia Diary and complete:Date of last lessonWhat you learnt, what work you completed and things you could improve on.
    3. 3. SESSIONOBJECTIVESLO1 Understand what is meant by the term ‘storyboards.’LO2 Know why we use a storyboard in product design.LO3 Identify key design elements of a story board.LO4 Create a storyboard to meet a client brief.
    4. 4. Investigate Storyboards LO1 Create a Identify usesstoryboard linked in production to a client brief LO2 L04 How to Learn about Storyboard shot angles LO3 LO3
    5. 5. STARTER You have 9 minutes to individually come up with a new and exciting childrens animated TV series. The show should have animals as the main characters and it will be aimed at 3-6 year olds. This cartoon must teach one of the following: How to safely cross the road How to count to 5
    6. 6. WHY IS CHARACTER AND STORY DEVELOPMENT IMPORTANT?
    7. 7. IDEA DEVELOPMENTYou have 9 minutes to further developyour story to include character design and selling your idea (pitching) REMEMBER: The show should have animals as themain characters and it will be aimed at3-6 year olds. This cartoon must teach one of the following: How to safely cross the road How to count to 5
    8. 8. CRITERIALEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 7Describe your Describe your plot Describe your plot Describe your plot and Describe your plot and produceplot and draw and produce a and produce a mind produce a detailed mind a detailed mind map tothe main simple mind map map to demonstrate map to demonstrate your demonstrate your ideas. Drawcharacter to demonstrate your ideas. Draw ideas. Draw and annotate and annotate the main your ideas. Draw and annotate the the main character. character. Relate your deigns the main main character. Relate your deigns back back to the target audience character to the target audience explaining your design choices. explaining your design Create a short project pitch choices. identifying a USPDraw a 6 shot Draw a 6 shot Draw a 12 shot Draw a 12 shot Draw a 12 shot storyboard withstoryboard storyboard with a storyboard with a storyboard with a a description of what is brief description of description of what description of what is happening, camera angle and what is happening is happening, happening, camera angle timings. Your storyboard and timings camera angle and and timings. Your demonstrates a high level of timings. storyboard demonstrates creativity and clearly meets the a high level of creativity. target audience and purpose.Your Your evaluation Your evaluation Your evaluation shows a Your evaluation shows a highevaluation has has 3 relevant clearly relates to the high level of detail and level of detail and criticalat least one WWW and EBI purpose and target identifies any problems in analysis. You identifies anyWWW and EBI audience the creation process problems in the creation (restrictions) process (restrictions) and how you overcame them. You amend your You seek feedback from others storyboard to make it and amend your storyboard to more fit for purpose make it more fit for purpose and target audience
    9. 9. STORYBOARDS - WHAT ARE THEY? A storyboard is a visualisation that is used to plan a moving product (animation, video etc) It is a plan, scene by scene of how the product will look. It contains: • Timings • Camera Angles • Lighting • Setting • Location • Props • Sounds • What do each of the above mean?
    10. 10. SPOT THE DIFFERENCE
    11. 11. WHY USE THEM? Clearly shows each scene to allow clear planning. It makes sure every aspect of the video is planned. Makes the creator think about it from the audience point of view and the message they want to get across. Allows resources to be available when needed for each scene. Makes a video reviewable before going into production (cheaper, safer!)
    12. 12. CREATION PROCESSIdentify your scenes needed.Think about setting, props, sound, location, mood, cameraangle, lighting, timings etc.Draw the scene.Move to next scene.Review and make changes (either at each scene, or oncecomplete).
    13. 13. Investigate Storyboards LO1 Create a Identify uses instoryboard linked production to a client brief LO2 L04 How to Learn about Storyboard shot angles LO3 LO3
    14. 14. CAMERA ANGLES V-DEMOTASKOpen the Angles Quiz PowerPoint and identify the different camera angles
    15. 15. MAIN TASKYou must now storyboard the first episode of your Cartoon Series.The cartoon should be no more than 2 minutes long and should consist of at least a 2 page storyboard.Use the storyboard template. Remember what you MUST include in the storyboard. You have 30 minutes to storyboard the first episode of your cartoon series. REMEMBER: The show should have animals as the main characters and it will be aimed at 3-6 year olds. This cartoon must teach one of the following: How to safely cross the road How to count to 5
    16. 16. CRITERIALEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 7Describe your Describe your plot Describe your plot Describe your plot and Describe your plot and produceplot and draw and produce a and produce a mind produce a detailed mind a detailed mind map tothe main simple mind map map to demonstrate map to demonstrate your demonstrate your ideas. Drawcharacter to demonstrate your ideas. Draw ideas. Draw and annotate and annotate the main your ideas. Draw and annotate the the main character. character. Relate your deigns the main main character. Relate your deigns back back to the target audience character to the target audience explaining your design choices. explaining your design Create a short project pitch choices. identifying a USPDraw a 6 shot Draw a 6 shot Draw a 12 shot Draw a 12 shot Draw a 12 shot storyboard withstoryboard storyboard with a storyboard with a storyboard with a a description of what is brief description of description of what description of what is happening, camera angle and what is happening is happening, happening, camera angle timings. Your storyboard and timings camera angle and and timings. Your demonstrates a high level of timings. storyboard demonstrates creativity and clearly meets the a high level of creativity. target audience and purpose.Your Your evaluation In your evaluation Your evaluation shows a Your evaluation shows a highevaluation has has 3 relevant the WWW and EBI high level of detail and level of detail and criticalat least one WWW and EBI clearly relates to the identifies any problems in analysis. You identifies anyWWW and EBI purpose and target the creation process problems in the creation audience (restrictions) process (restrictions) and how you overcame them. You amend your You seek feedback from others storyboard to make it and amend your storyboard to more fit for purpose make it more fit for purpose and target audience
    17. 17. SESSIONOBJECTIVESLO1 Understand what is meant by the term ‘storyboards.’LO2 Know why we use a storyboard in product design.LO3 Identify key design elements of a story board.LO4 Create a storyboard to meet a client brief.
    18. 18. HOMEWORKComplete the lesson workbook• Starter• Storyboard• Evaluation
    19. 19. ELEVATOR PITCH• You have 3 minutes to prepare• Sum your idea development into an elevator pitch
    20. 20. NEXT LESSONYou will receive and analyse a client brief then:Assignment 1 – Research task

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