Rough cut storyboard based on Capone ft Cash Oh No
Rough Cut storyboard
based on Capone ft
Cash Oh No
THIS SLIDE WILL ELABORATE ON THE UNDERSTANDING AND USE OF
A STORYBOARD WITHIN CAPONE FT CASH OH NO, ENJOY!
We have planned our ideas of what we are going to actually
initiate within our production. This storyboard gives us a
visual dynamic insight. We as a group realised how crucial fast
pace editing is so the crew decided to have a lot of images,
effects and additive dissolves. In regards to pace our members
decided thoroughly to speed up clips in order to give our
audience a surreal, vivid follow up of our plot. The first page
of our storyboard shows what mise-en-scene we will
integrate. Audiences perceptions was influenced in the
making of this storyboard as 8 people from our class wanted a
fast pace music video with a lot of medium shots and close-
ups of the artists. And a lot of locations to really demonstrate
the artists motif. We have done this basing our video on the
main concept of rough masculinity.
The storyboard lays out the mise-en-scene visually for us to
get a rough idea of how our music video will turn out to be.
We can see close-ups and medium shots of Capone and Cash
with different locations. Not forgetting extreme close up on
cash’s hand depicting the money.
In this second page of the storyboard on Oh No. We can see a
lot of effects used on Capone and Cash. We really want our
viewers to engage with our encodings of feelings and
emotions. To really understand the hip-hop rap cultures. We
tried to make Ahmed as victimised and targeted as much as
we can. In the rap industry the audience identify the artists
with monetary, strength and power. Therefore props such as
cigars in Capone's mouth indicates a lavish life style. This
storyboard will also help our organizational time. By giving us
an pictorial insight we can understand what will take place.
And follow it according to plan or change it based on our
audience perhaps. Truly storyboards is a magnificent plan to