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Lesson Plans


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Sat, 19 Sep 1998 07:01:08 EDT

Storyboards are a standard in the movie, video, and animation idustry. They
are not employeed by just a few here and there. Everyone uses them. Usually
the process is script then storyboard. Yes animations are preceded by scripts,
even the short ones. But the first Starwars started as a storyboard then the
script was written. Lucas wanted to be sure of the visuals. So, what's my
point? :-)) Storyboarding is something we should all be teaching to prepare
our students who may be interested in animation. Animators developed the
storyboard idea. They are heavily dependent on them. One of my students who
went on to study more animation after high school e-mailed me to tell me that
he waas the only one in his entire entering class who know how to storyboard
properly. Made me feel good. When I teach animation I have to also teach
scriptwriting. It is just not the same type of script that I teach, when I
teach video.


  • Maybe reply: Maahmaah: "Re: storyboards"
  • Maybe reply: Maggie White: "Re: storyboards"