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PWF - shot list by StoneSorceress PWF - shot list by StoneSorceress
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this is the second part of A Little Demon Play called Playing With Fire

full sheets Sta.sh: sta.sh/030mf38fs5k

supposedly, you should be able to understand what is going on,
without any explanations.

next an animatic would be made with these 64 frames where music
and sound FX as well as duration of shots can be figured out 


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:iconkouzov7:
kouzov7 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool :)
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:iconmaleiva:
Maleiva Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
this is cool.
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dingosnivysprint12 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Ooh I am a storyboard artist :D Well, in training ^^ The design looks pretty good, but it's not really a storyboard if you don't have description :) That tells the location, the character's dialogue and their action, camera angle/shot, maybe props, and of course the duration. Hope that helps! 
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StoneSorceress Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Professional Filmographer
thanx for the pointers Gabe,
much appreciated... practice 
makes perfect, right?

would luv to see some of your
storyboards...
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dingosnivysprint12 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
No prob! :D Right! Practice makes perfect :nod: I might upload some storyboards from the cartoon I'm working on as well :) 
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soulSmith1 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
yeah really need help hahahaha
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:iconstonesorceress:
StoneSorceress Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Professional Filmographer
ain't that the truth?
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soulSmith1 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
lol
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Lerra22 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014
I'm not an artist, nor do I have any knowledge about the subject storyboards. But I checked out the rar file and it's contents, seems very interesting but if I would be in the design team of this then I would have my question marks here and there...

I do agree with the other comment made earlier that some words here and there might help out designers or animators in what it is they actually want to create. Just a simple line under every picture to clear out what happens might help allot.

Don't get me wrong, the pictures describe a good story, but they don't always tell the details that make characters come alive. Expressions, or thoughts about the situation? Viewers don't need this information but a animator or modeler would definitely need this right?

It's like you ask a group of people to think of an apple. Everybody comes up with another one: A red apple, another person with a green apple, and again another person with a red/yellow apple having a little leaf on it.

you don't want this for your team. You want to point them all out in one direction so there isn't much that might change from the original idea.

greetings.. hope this helps, otherwise just forget this :)
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StoneSorceress Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Professional Filmographer
thanx for taking the time to check this out Lerra.

this is definitely an inside job, where we have the
luxury to explain things, and was not intended for
the fans at large.  

most of the tutorials on storyboarding insist that
the boards should work without any explanations,
and since you guys are suggesting words, these
boards are most likely not rite :]

these short animations will have no words, so we
need to capture the essence visually, starting with
the storyboards.

we'll try to improve it next time...

thanx for your feedback!




 
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