Menu 

Storyboard Artist

The Vision Before The Film – Film School’d

Before the cameras start rolling, a filmmaker has to know what they intend to put to picture. Unless, of course, they want to burn tons of money on film stock and crew overtime. But when millions of dollars are on the line, you’d better have your visual ducks in a row. Here’s some bonus material Read MoreRead More

THE THING – Storyboard to Film Comparison

The visuals of both the desolate Antarctic and the ever-morphing alien creatures in THE THING were envisioned long before the movie was shot. Extensive storyboards were drawn by artist Michael Ploog so that all the departments of the production were on the same page in their preparation for the shoot. This is nothing new…but the Read MoreRead More

Proof Provides Extensive Previs and Postvis for Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Proof’s Previs Supervisor Monty Granito talks about the transition from storyboard to previs and how they imagined Captain America. Los Angeles-based visualization house Proof Inc. recently provided extensive previs and postvis services for the new Marvel Entertainment film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. “This new film was an extremely important project for Proof,” said Proof’s Read MoreRead More

Using Live Action Reference Plates for Disney’s the Little Mermaid

Once the voice recordings were finished, Disney animators used Sheri Stone to personify Ariel’s movements which were referenced in the animation process. Disney is reissuing The Little Mermaid on Blu-ray and there are some amazing extras that might be new to even cult Disney fans. (Like, for example, a look at a deleted character called Harold The Read MoreRead More

Older Posts