Lecture 21 - Storyboarding

Lecture 21 - Storyboarding - CGS 3034 Lecture 21...

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CGS 3034 – Lecture 21 Storyboarding Introduction to Computer Aided Animation Instructor: Brent Rossen
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Requirements There is only one requirement for concept design and storyboarding in this class The images must provide a complete picture of what it is you aim to convey through your story There are no artistic expectations, stick figures are fine, but perspective and shading can help to draw out the story Also, it may be helpful to do boards that just consist of character, set, and prop designs
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Answering the Questions Answer the questions from the following slides, using visual storyboards, and you will have your previsualization done Do not try to hand in a verbal list of answers to the questions, that will not be acceptable; but you must write notes for every drawn board Storyboards are due during class Make copies, I won't be giving them back
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Question List What is the story about? Who are the characters?
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course CGS 3034 taught by Professor Damkjer during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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