Animation Storyboard

My second attempt at my storyboard was more successful than the first. This is because of the amount of written details and notes in the second version, compared to the first.

In the first scene I plan to use a similar opening sequence to the Star Wars films. By doing this, coupled with the Star Wars music playing in the background will instantly grab peoples attention. When animating this scene I found that the sequence moved to quickly to read the synopsis, so to compromise I had to make the title sequence longer on iMovie.

In the new storyboard there is a planned close up of the main character, Apeollo, landing on the moon. This is to add varying shots and to break up the sequence.

Because of the way my physical book was laid out it is all one scene, which is what I wish to portray my animation. This is the reason why I have little transitions planned for my final piece. I plan to only use a fade to black at the end to highlight the finish of story. I feel this would be effective because it is an easy signifier to the audience that the film has finished.

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Jacob G-D

Hi!! I'm Jake, I am 20 year old and a Graphic Communication student in my second year currently at Cardiff Metropolitan University. On this blog I will post snap shots and explanations of my work during my time at university.

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