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Storyboarding : turning script to motion

Author: Stephanie Torta; Vladimir Minuty
Publisher: Dulles, Va. : Mercury Learning and Information, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part of the "Digital Filmmaker" series, this title demonstrates the process of converting static images to an effective animation of characters and effects. It covers methods used in both filmmaking  Read more...

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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Book, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Torta; Vladimir Minuty
ISBN: 9781936420001 1936420007
OCLC Number: 666251741
Description: xii, 314 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm + 1 videodisc (DVD : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Part 1. The storyboard : A brief background on storyboards : What are storyboards? ; Is there only one type of storyboard? ; Why use storyboards? What makes them important? ; What is portrayed in a storyboard? ; Are storyboards different for animated movies or computer games? ; How are storyboards evolving for the future? --
Producing the storyboards : Where to start a storyboard project? ; Who should be involved? ; What information needs to be gathered? ; Understanding the shot list ; Common types of camera shots ; Descriptions and examples of common camera shots ; How detailed do the storyboard drawings have to be? ; Who benefits from storyboards and why? --
Part 2. The project Overtime : Preproduction : Information gathering : The Overtime script without notation; The Overtime shot list unmarked; Location diagrams, talent and location photographs; Prop and wardrobe list for the project Overtime; A director meeting with the storyboard artist during preproduction ; Refining the information : The Overtime script with director notation; The script to rough storyboard comparison; The hot list to storyboard comparison; Location and talent photographs to storyboard comparison; Prop and wardrobe photographs to storyboard comparisons --
Production : Day to the shoot for short film Overtime ; Storyboard-to-actual shot comparison ; Updated boards because of on-set changes ; The shot list-to-film comparison ; Cast and crew credits for Overtime --
Technology and storyboards : Conceptualizing for visual effects (VFX) ; Storyboard use in animatics ; Digital creation with touch tablets and screens ; Computer software for storyboard rendering --
Appendices : Glossary --
Miscellaneous : DVD information ; Black storyboard frames ; Storyboard practice frames ; Extra scripts ; Additional exercises ; Cast and crew biographies.
Responsibility: Stephanie Torta, Vladimir Minuty.

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