A little insight to the storyboard of "Attack Of The Tromaggot"
first scenes are completely without a script emerged. It almost worked, because
nobody knew the preliminary to any further improvement of shooting. The Know-How
to prepare a shooting scene was also from the ground up, the real purpose for
Tromaggot project - a film it should never come out.
> The first scenes were shot only with the free will
> Then followed a script with the dialog
> In the next phase a little shooting script (ie, dialogue and description, what the actors make)
> Then came a Working Script Add (schedule, when what should be done)
> The next time a check list was added
> And at the end I started to use a storyboard, because without is always stupid
The storyboard didn't really simplified the shooting, but confused because no one knew what should be shown there. That is, I think the reason why such a story board in an amateur film project has no place. But I have something to teach myself, which 10 years have not achieved schooling: "to handle with a pen."
first drawing attempts were somewhat primitive:
after time nothing chances:
I am a hobby film maker and not a hobby drawer or a hobby web designer, capiché?
For who-want-to-know-it-people here is comparing of the drawed pictures and the real pictures:
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