Storyboarding (Spring 2014)
Illustration and Comic Art
The storyboard is the first tool used in applying images to a script. During this class, students will learn about the basic mechanics of film and the translation of a script into a storyboard for animation or live-action film.
Students will also learn to recognize specific types of shots and editing techniques, understand camera motion and angles, and choose the best of these tools to illustrate a script. The class will be taught through lecture, discussions, handouts, in-class exercises, and the viewing of screened clips from films. Each student will completely storyboard at least one scene from an unfilmed script. Students may collaborate on the same story (recommended) or work independently.
The class has no prerequisites, though basic drawing ability and an appreciation of film and/or animation are helpful. A student may enter this class with no knowledge or experience and still create worthwhile storyboards. / Open to students ages 16 and above.
This class has been canceled due to low enrollment. We encourage students to register as soon as possible for future classes.
Contact MCAD Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612.874.3765.
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