Search
  • Emma Ford

Creating a storyboard

So to make an animation there are a few things I need to do first.


The main things being:

  • Write a Script

  • Make a Storyboard

  • Make an Animatic - an animatic is a rudimental animation that shows the key poses in a scene so we know where the characters will be.

I am not really a writer, I enjoy it, but everything I do tend to be amateurish and lacking in the visual appeal I desire in my work, so I find it easier to do things visually rather than with written work. I am well aware that I will need a proper script, but the point of this module for me is to learn new software and animation skills, so I only want to create a very short animation which hopefully won't really need much of a script.


I am doing this backwards, but at the moment it is really for my own benefit, but this is the storyboard I plan to animate, once I know what I'm doing I will write a proper script for my future work and have a detailed Production Pipeline for my final piece or pieces.


Below is the storyboard I created and hope to animate.

I have been told it is quite ambitious, so I might only be able to animate a small section in the time that we have for this module. We'll see how it goes.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Exhibition Strategies

Its a scary thought, planning our final exhibition. It seems so far away and the consensus appears to be that none of us know what we want to do for our final piece, or pieces, but we need to think ab

 

©2020 by Emma Ford Illustrator and Concept Artist.