Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Main / Storyboard

Go To



Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; Creator/HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for either story or budget reasons.

to:

Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; Creator/HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for either story or budget reasons.reasons.
----
!Please do not add examples to work pages, this merely [[Administrivia/DefinitionOnlyPages defines the term]]. %%https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1596363404091310800

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:350:[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screen_shot_2015_10_13_at_32355_pm0.png]]]]


Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; Creator/HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for them for budget reasons.

to:

Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; Creator/HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for them for either story or budget reasons.


Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for them for budget reasons.

to:

Can range from very simple to extremely detailed; HayaoMiyazaki Creator/HayaoMiyazaki has been known to sit down and draw all the storyboards for his films himself, in order, playing back the movie that already exists in his head. If the storyboard drawings are arranged as a timed slideshow synced to the audio track (recorded first in most WesternAnimation) it forms a crude Animatic, and this might show up in the DVD bonus features as a deleted scene; most scenes are cut before final animation is done for them for budget reasons.

Showing 4 edit(s) of 4

Top