ARTV 3250 - Storyboarding (3)
Prerequisites: ARTV 2120 - Character Development Storyboarding is an introduction course that focuses on applying industry standard techniques for visual storytelling. Students will learn how to illustrate scripts, plan shots, demonstrate action and retain continuity between scenes. Students will learn basic filming terminology such as shots, acts, sequences and transitions. Afterwards, basic storyboarding techniques such as illustration action, angles, composition, character and drama will be applied in panel creation. Upon completing storyboards in class, students will then take panels and create animatics timed to audio. This will also allow students time to practice adding in background and layout design elements.
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