Thursday, March 31, 2011

SNEAK PEEK! [Some] Actual Storyboards for the Firenze Story!

This weekend was spent organizing my drawings/ putting them into Photoshop and typing up what's going on in the story.  It was a very productive weekend!!!  Here's a link to the previous post that shows some potential storyboards: 

I've put up all the storyboards that I've completed so far on my animatedbuzz account: so please check it out if you have time!!!

These first two storyboards are the first of the story. 

 The storyboards below got turned into an animation/ animatic, but I'm currently having trouble loading videos onto Vimeo from Italy so please bear with me.  I'll get it up soon!  I didn't notice it until now, but I'm also thinking that the first storyboard on the page below [to the very left] needs to be panned out and the view the same as the view used in the other two panels on the page.  Otherwise it looks too confusing.  Agree? Disagree?  Other suggestions as to how I can resolve any confusion that might be going on, please let me know!

Here's the Flash I attempted-- I think this is the first time I've drawn directly into Flash [without tracing a drawing beneath it], so this was definitely a learning experience.  It was a lot of fun to work on, although the second half is still in keyframe form-- I have to get on that, but I accomplished what I set out to do; communicate the car's motion.  I feel so accomplished, haha.  Also, if anyone has an innovative, interesting title please holler at me.  Until then, ciao ciao!!!

1 comment:

  1. Yayy! Awesome! That page you were talking about (the p.12), I agree, you should definitely have a frame that is same background/view as the other two frames. But I think you can have that in between your first one and your second one, if that makes sense? Like keep what you have, but have another panel in between the far left and middle that shows the camera zooming (or dollying) in.

    Can't wait to see your finished storyboard and animatic. Definitely add sound to your animatic; I think it'll really help add to it. :)