Storyboard Planning

After spending the last week researching, we got back together on Monday and shared our findings. We had all completed a storyboard from start to finish, so that we could join the best ideas together to put together a first prototype. We wanted to all think about timing, transitions and bringing across a clear message, so these storyboards were a great step towards a final idea.

We timed each line or paragraph, and split up the script into sections or scenes. During the course of the day, we wrestled with all of the ideas to bring out the best from what we all had brought to the table. This timing guided the drawings, thinking about how long a movement would take, and how much time would need to be left without a voiceover accompanying the animation. This rough story board would guide stage two, the anamatic.

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