” The storyboard should serve as a blueprint for any film project, and as the first visual impression of the film. It is at this stage that the major decisions are taken as far as the film’s content is concerned.”
Harold Whitaker and John Halas
Updated by Tom Sito From the book “Timing for Animation”
After Producing the storyboard’s animatic of the main project, our conclusion at this point was that the storyboard and animatic need to be tidied up and unnecessary details removed. I reviewed the entire storyboard with Matthew, and we discussed how the final product would look. When I know how the movement should be performed, it leads me to the timing and how I’ll deliver it!
There are some points that I have considered about the sequence of each scene and keep it simple, as Matthew said, “There is a purpose in every action, you have to answer the reason. The keyframes are the storytelling frames and the extremes are the furthest point of action.”