We are storyboard artists in animation. During the course of production millions of sketches are produced. Some are used but most are not. These are the ones that "got away" and scribbly scribbles deemed not worthy for prime time.
Ah yes. The reality of story boarding in this brave new world of ours.Look on the bright side, at least you don't have to print your sequence before your pitch anymore. Boy that was practical, 2 printers for 25 story artists.You are better off this way, trust me.
As a screenwriter I sometimes wish there were more "user-friendly" ways of pitching an entire film...sadly very few studios wanna see boarded pitches for live action. Just stumbled on to your site...great stuff! Definitely merits a bookmark...look forward to coming back. Bob
I love the courtroom feel of digital pitching.Your witness...I too, converted.No more "monkey-dance" (boo-hoo).I'll forever miss it!
What will we do with the monkeys?
Nowadays ya don't even have to stand.*WHEW!* Thank you, PowerPoint!
Not only does it pitch well, but it make you look so sexy...at least from this here sketch. I wish I knows that guy...nice hat. Thanks to Mr. Ranjo and Christmas two years past. I too miss the monkey dance. Ooo eee ooo ah ah, bing bang walla walla bing bang.Nice one bossman.
love the hat, beard, and glasses!!! love this style.
Digital? But what will the interns do now? That was their bread and butter!
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