A visual and straightforward manual describing the various aspects of the storyboarding profession. Includes tips and advice from a working professional with expertise in film, television, and advertising.
|Publisher:||Wiese, Michael Productions|
|Product dimensions:||10.90(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Giuseppe Cristiano is a former comic artist as well as a writer. He freelances for advertising agencies and film production companies throughout Europe and the U.S., and has directed a number or shorts, music videos, and animated films.
Giuseppe Cristiano currently lives in Italy and Sweden. He travels on a regular basis between Europe and the U.S. (where he is planning to relocate in the near future).
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Storyboard Details
What Is a Storyboard?
2. What You Need to Get Started
Tools of the Trade
3. Storyboard Artists and Comic Strip Artists
The Artist Who Influenced Me
4. Drawing School
Understanding and Drawing Anatomy
Technical and Camera Movements
Line of Action
Improve Your Style and Technique
5. Use the Storyboard as a Budget
6. The Storyboard and Advertising
Advertising Agencies and Production Companies
Client Boards and Shooting Boards
What Else Does a Storyboard Artist Do in the Advertising Business?
Be Up to Date!
Working with Ad Agents and Copywriters
From Idea to Treatment
Formulas and Strategies
Working at an Agency
7. Working with Directors and Production Companies
Know Your Director
Improve Your Skills and Work Faster
8. Storyboarding Movies
Organizing the Work
The Conceptual Artist
Watching Movies with a Different Eye
9. Contracts and Legal Matter
10. The Professional Storyboard Artist
Freelance Survival Tips
My Typical Day