TIMMY'S MONSTER STORYBOARD REVISIONS 2020-2021:

As storyboard lead and producer on Timmy's Monster, I created a storyboarding guide via storyboard pro in order to make sure our storyboards are cohesive. I specify how tight the drawings should be as well as the brushes and colors!

I also made sure to go through the entire set of our film's boards and leave notes or suggestions in areas I thought could be pushed or were confusing.

To view the notes made via sync sketch, please click on the gallery below.

Notes on the animatic 01
Notes on the animatic 01

The notes on this page discuss camera movements and awkward framing of the characters.

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Notes on the animatic 02
Notes on the animatic 02

The notes on this page discuss thumbnails that help push more dynamic angles rather than profile.

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Notes on the animatic 05
Notes on the animatic 05

The notes on this page discuss screen direction to make sure everything flows from one direction to another.

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Notes on the animatic 01
Notes on the animatic 01

The notes on this page discuss camera movements and awkward framing of the characters.

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Here is a snippet from the film with a before (bottom) and after (top) revisions and clean up. On the revision and clean up I really focused on getting the characters on model as well as tightening the drawings to ensure the animation during production runs as smoothly as possible.

 

Made via Storyboard Pro 7 and Adobe Premier.

During production/post production I would also create guides to help our team members if anyone was confused in a process. Here's an example of another guide I created to help with exporting.

 

Made via Adobe Photoshop 2020.