Turning Script to Motion
Pub Date: April 11, 2011
Specs: 7 x 9 Paperback with DVD
This text is designed to demonstrate the process of converting static images to an effective animation of characters and effects. Unlike many of its competitors, Storyboarding uses the accompanying DVD to show the storyboards in conjunction with a final short film and script. The text and tutorial disc take an in-depth view on the step-by-step process for developing characters, scenes, camera angles through the full production of a finished project. The book includes numerous techniques for analyzing scripts, provides a comprehensive look at the various types of storyboards, and covers methods used in both film-making and video game storyboards.
Brief Table of Contents: Introduction to Storyboarding. Types of Storyboarding. The Terminology. New Technology and Practices in Storyboarding. The Project Introduction. Analyzing the Script. Drawing the Boards. Production. Conclusion and References. About the Accompanying DVD Project.
Stephanie Torta is an instructor in graphic design at Boston University and Emerson College. She is an accomplished graphic designer and photographer with over fifteen year’s experience.
Vladimir Minuty is a filmmaker, and storyboard artist who has worked in the film industry for the past 11 years as an assistant director on feature films, commercials, and music videos as well as working in the locations and art departments.
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF BOOK:
This text is designed to demonstrate the process of converting static images to an effective animation of characters and effects. It uses the accompanying DVD to show step-by-step video tutorials for developing characters, scenes, etc. through the finished project of the storyboard.