Today’s partial thumbnail board is from the KP movie “Sitch in Time.” In this excerpt, KP, Ron, and Rufus travel to a future time where Shego rules the world. Kim and Ron have a hard time “adjusting” and are hounded by Shego’s flying drones. (Again, I apologize for the upside down pdf. Don’t know how […]Read more "Kim Possible thumbnails: Sitch in Time"
Most KP episodes featuring Ron Stoppable are pretty funny. This one is especially funny. In the opening, he gets a royalty check for 99 million dollars for inventing the “Naco.” Do Ron’s instant riches go to his head? Does Rufus love a chimirito? Yer darn tootin’ it does. And to great comedic effect. Again, it’s […]Read more "Kim Possible thumbnails: “Ron Millionaire”"
Today starts a fairly long series, where I will be posting a bunch of thumbnail storyboards from shows like Kim Possible, Recess, The Recess Movie, and other little bits and pieces. Some will be full episodes, others just fragments, and still others mere scribbles as I tried to work something out. I just thought it […]Read more "Kim Possible thumbnails: “Showdown at the Crooked D”"
I hope you enjoyed the last two hand-outs from my stint on Kim Possible. There is actually a third one that covers general filmmaking tips, like staging and shot choice. This hand-out comes from respected board artist, Eugene Salandra. Some of the tips are specific to the production. You should not, for example, avoid extreme […]Read more "Bonus Kim Possible Storyboard tips handout"
Finally, the main course that many of you have been waiting for. The tips and examples we were given to help us bang out dynamic “show-stopping” action sequences episode after episode. The tips here are by no means exhaustive. They basically break down and analyze a few sequences by two of the best action board […]Read more "Kim Possible Storyboard Rules, part II – action sequences!"
Kim Possible was such a great show to work on. Among the many reasons was the fact that each episode had a great deal of comedy driven, personality focused sequences, with at least one action set piece sequence. Today I’m going to focus on the dialogue driven personality sequences. Dialogue sequences can tend to be […]Read more "Kim Possible Storyboard Rules, part I – dialogue sequences"
I know today is Amos & Slim Wednesday. Well, see, the problem is…I have too much Amos & Slim. I’ve begun boarding it, and it’s heavily posed out, looking ahead to an animatic. So, knowing you won’t want to see every incremental change from panel to panel (especially camera moves), I’m having difficulty choosing the […]Read more "“The Naked Mole Rap”"