Storyboards

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With a collage and cut out style for our animation, we decided that it would be clearer to present our storyboards in this style rather than hand drawn. It was also the easiest way to divide the work between each member of the team and keep the visuals (fairly) consistent.

We studied our storyboards again and split up the assets, working out which backgrounds would overlap, and what images could be reused for the sake of Thursday’s presentation.

With quite an exhaustive list, we felt that the most efficient way to split up the work was to give each person two full scenes to complete. Being at the same place at the same time helped make this process really smooth; communication was very clear when you’re at the same table, and we were able to easily share assets through the whole day.

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