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"
Well, it’s week two in my “Storyboard Rules Series” extravaganza. Today’s post is not as visual as the Foster’s post. As in, not visual at all. Sorry, but consider the Lloyd in Space board rules almost as a time capsule. It’s a window into a time when we commonly cut out panels (from paper!) and […]Read more "Lloyd in Space Storyboard Do’s & Don’t’s"
This guide does a great job at showcasing some of the issues unique to producing a show with a flat, graphic style in Flash as well as other storyboard issues that have a more universal value, no matter how the show is produced. Much can be gleaned from the exhaustive amount of “before and after” […]Read more "Storyboard rules for Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends"
Today’s “episode” of Storyboard Rules is brought to you by the Simpsons. (I apologize for the sideways format of the handout, but hey, print it out and you can turn it 90 degrees–bingo! Readable handout.) There is a cornucopia of great filmmaking advice in this handout. Especially the parts about screen direction and “crossing the […]Read more "Simpsons Storyboard Rules, with Brad Bird’s “Pearls of Wisdom!”"