Concept board development from draft to late stage review to final versions.
There are times when ideas do not get past the client review stages. Here are a couple of concept boards that didn’t make it. I’m sharing them as I thought if these had gone to completion then they would make awesome looking boards.
Quick And Loose Shooting Boards: TDB sequences Pages 8 and 9.
Quick And Loose Shooting Boards: TDB Page 7: frame blocking, in-frame action, and camera movement.
EXT. EMPTY STREET – LATE NIGHT
They’re just messing around in the dark, when a gunman confronts them.
Tighter and wider options for the same scene.
A storyboard sequence from recent promo spot project. Lacrosse team runs towards sports arena.
Storyboarding process and staging a scene:
1) Schematic with camera placement and scene design,
2) Rough boards,
3) Final boards.
Roughing out same scene as the high angle version.
This one is from a different angle: Over the shoulder of detective interviewing the strippers.
From past project: Sniper sequence.
Slo-mo Camera follows the bullets into window.
HERO and CAT scramble to dodge bullets.
Close on CAT: she notices open door behind her.
CAT bolts through door as HERO looks on.
See full Metropolis storyboards.
- Scene 8.3 Storyboards - Plumb Chases Down Mrs. McCarrion September 1,2021
- Sequences 10-14: Mrs. McCarrion Asks For Some Hot Coffee August 24,2021
- Erik's Story: My Life Is in My Hands - Final Cut. November 15,2020
- Itch The Movie Storyboard Animated Shot 37 July 31,2020