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Study Directing by Doodling Your Favorite Film

It’s almost the reverse form of storyboarding – take a film you like and storyboard it out shot by shot. It doesn’t matter if you can draw or not – the important thing is to  break apart films shot by shot to study how they work. Drawing from films Drawing from films is a ridiculously Read MoreRead More

The Hobbit Vlog #9: Post Production

Previous Hobbit vlog entries saw Peter Jackson and the crew trekking across New Zealand, Now that principal photography is done, the work is turned over a team of animators, artists, colorists, sound designers, and composers. Older Entries: Part 1-2 Part 3-4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8Read More

Stan Lee Presents: The Comic Book Greats (How to Create a Comic Book)

Plotting, writing, character development, inking styles and story telling techniques are explained by the biggest names in comics. Stan Lee hosts Todd “Spawn” McFarlane, Rob “Youngblood” Liefeld and Jim “Wildcats” Lee as they offer tips and illustrate the realities of creating comic books. Read More

25 Cool Ways Filmmakers can Use an iPad

Not only is the iPad is revolutionizing the filmmaking world in terms of new innovative tools, but also in the way it’s leveling the playing field by performing similar functions as expensive equipment that was once out of reach for many indie filmmakers.Read More

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