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neonoodle
04-15-2005, 04:37 AM
Hey everyone. I don't know if this is the proper forum to post this in, but I'm wondering if anyone is interested in collaborating with me on a new short film. Right now, I'm looking for some storyboard artist to help me bring an animatic together. I have the script already written out.

My previous short film has been very successful in the festival circuit and has won a few prestigious awards. Check it out - The Old Man and the Fish (http://www.oldmanandthefish.com)

I already have some production people on the project - 1 modeler and animator, 1 effects guy, 1 matte painter and concept artist, and myself (doing modeling and animation and post) and am looking for someone to storyboard.

Thanks!

David

NoSeRider
04-15-2005, 05:30 AM
What's the time limit on the storyboard?

Right Now I'm taking classes, but I'd imagine I could draw 24 panels in about 3 hours.....then refine them with photoshop within another 3 hours.

Right now I'm taking a class that deals with cinematic storyboards...I'd imagine I could work your script into my class project.

I don't know if you want it treated like a class project though?

Your last storyboard artist did 124 panels, so that indicates at minimum 15 to 30 hours of work....30 hours more if you want color......I have other obligations I would suspect it would be done in about 1 week to 2 weeks.....at the very least I could show the new panels that were done and show progress.

Here's a storyboard doodle I did on the 1st day of class at the last 20 minutes of the storyboard class:

http://user.aol.com/pnhassett/art/storydoodle.gif

I did this drawing with a ballpoint pen.

Here's some other drawings I did:
http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?t=226693
http://user.aol.com/pnhassett/art/whoIam.htm

So I feel fairly confident I can manage it.

The only thing I'll probably ask in turn is that you allow me to pick your brain on how to lip synch models and make facial rig animations:
http://www.planetquake.com/polycount/downloads/index.asp?author=296

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