Supernatural Project


Supernatural Presentation

*Mr. Barazzuol (StopMotion, Movie Trailers, Scene Renditions, Cartoon Making, etc.)

1) What is a storyboard?
– A storyboard is a graphic organizer in the form of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence
– Began in the form as we know it, 1920s, Walt Disney Company used for animated films, “Steamboat Willie” and “Three Little Pigs”

– “Gone with the Wind” (1939, live action, 3h58min, Director Victor Fleming, tangled love affair during the Civil War, based on the southern USA)

– Actually called “technical previsualizations”
– Most storyboarding is done on 3D programming now (better idea of depth and angles, more time to create)
– Storyboarding is an essential part of the creative process of creating a comic strip, film, advertisement or book.
– Advantages: saves time, money, creates thought and conversation, brainstorm ways to create plot and filming aspects,

2) “Watch: Intro to Storyboard” (8:23 duration)

3) Vocabulary
– Panel: represents what the camera will film (should fit screen)
Camera angles, lighting, dialogue, actions, etc.
– Arrows: show movement
easy to read and make sense
– CGI, Green screen, Special Effects
– Storyboard can serve as your script or road map

4) Show examples of storyboards completed
– What do you notice about the differences between the various storyboards?

5) Find a Template to Create Storyboard

6) Distribute storyboard template to each group.
Movie Trailer Storyboard