Synopses & Reviews
An effective combination of creative exercises, real-life examples, and simple illustrations are integrated in this "how-to" book, teaching readers to develop their storyboarding skills for a variety of media types, including film, television, animation, and interactive media. Each aspect of the storyboarding process is carefully examined including creating visually specific shot lists and overhead diagrams, and drawing simple sketches that express a clear understanding of staging, editing, and composition. Coverage is rounded out with a comprehensive overview of camera techniques that helps readers visualize a scene before the process of storyboarding begins.
An effective combination of creative exercises, real-life examples, and simple illustrations are integrated in this
About the Author
Wendy Tumminello is an Instructor at the Art Institute of Washington. She was listed as one of the Top 100 Video and Multimedia Producers of 1997, AV Video and Multimedia Producer Magazine, and she was a 2000 Grant winner for her documentary film from Women in Film, Los Angeles. Tumminello is a member of the International Documentary Association, Women in Film and Video Association, and the University Film and Video Association.
Table of Contents
Visual Storytelling and Storyboards.Origins of Storyboards and Aspect Ratios.Fundamentals of the Shot.From Script to Storyboard.Composition.Prespective.Lighting.Continuity.Animation, Film and Special Effects.Commericals.New Media.Animatics.Drawing the Human Form.The Business of Storyboarding