This scene takes place in Texas 1884. It shows an interaction between a single mother of 25 , who is trying her best to make ends meet for four year old son and herself.she gets confronted by these three knuckleheads who work for a local bandit called forrest. it is regarding her ex husband who was a thief but unfortunately had stolen from the wrong guy . this is not the first time they have visited her .
Unfortunately, I did not have the opportunity to participate in this challenge at the specified time. When I saw today that the time of the challenge is coming to an end, I said that I have to work on at least one storyboard page to play a role in this challenge. In the next challenge, however, I will do a complete job The desired text is in the storyboard.
Hi everyone! This is my submission for the Storytelling Challenge. It is a 7-page short story titled, "APE." I am planning on lettering it, but for now I wanted to submit it without any words since this challenge is about storytelling using art. Each page is done with a black Fudenosuke brush pen on 9x12 bristol board. For a bit of context, the story is about a gorilla who is essentially a hitman (or hit-ape, if you will), and has been assigned to take out two men who have been perpetually robbing a trade route in the desert. I will probably expand it at some point, so think of this as the opening scene.
heyo! Well I made this sequence inspired by an episode of Love death and robots, I really would have liked to be able to refine it better and add more frames but I was very short of time hehe, I hope you like it:)
Hi everyone! Your works are great! I really liked this challenge. Unfortunately, I was very busy this month and only took 2 days for my storyboard. This is just a sketch of the first page of three or four. I had no idea for a script for a long time, so I decided to present the cinematic version of The Lord of the Rings. This is the scene where Boromir sacrifices his life. I'm sorry for the unfinished version.
Hi everyone! This is my submission for the storytelling challenge, it is an action comic, about heist, hope you all folks have good time
This is how I see these interactions actually going down half the time. Safe for work/youtube version attached in a reply to this post. This one was really fun guys! I learned alot with this one i think!
This is a story about the hunted and the prey. It was a fun project. I learned a lot and that’s really what is all about.
Hey James, Stan, and team! I wrote a pilot last July, and began to build the first scene's environment and storyboards in Blender on April 20th, so I was PSYCHED to see this prompt for a May deadline. It was the perfect motivation! I'm still figuring out the process for this whole 2D/3D storyboarding, so I actually spent the last few days cleaning up frames in Fresco, only to find it was incredibly time consuming to place them back into the Blender project, and ultimately turning to Premiere ... with a hundred more problems as the sketches jump around the frame! Lessons have been learned!! Anyway, I'm happy with how much I was able to learn and build for this. I'm going to continue to refine the sequence, and another THANK YOU so much for the deadline. James, it's great to see you partnering with Stan, you two do some fantastic work and teachings. Animatic!! (2 minutes) https://youtu.be/6fYb_p7MU-I
2021/9/21. Hello everyone. This is a personal interpretation of Elsa from the Disney movie, FROZEN. Before presenting the final version to my illustration course teacher, I would like to hear some of your opinions and possibly some advice on how to improve it. In particular I would like to increase the sense of depth of the background and three-dimensionality of Elsa (Elsa has a very fair complexion and I would not want to exaggerate with the shadows since the light of the ballroom is very strong and diffused). Also I would like to add a halo of brightness to the chandeliers. If you have any useful ideas please post them below. I also add some of the reference pics I used. Thanks for your valuable contribution.
This is fantastic! Awesome work. You've added 3D forms to the tail which give a stronger sense of the form. If you do more insects, it might be worth incorporating more of those forms into the thorax and head and legs. Especially if you can add cross-contour lines in those shapes! It's okay to lose details!
Hey folks! I'm working on some lip studies and referencing Stan's lip video in the portraiture class. It's a lovely breakdown for neutral lips, but he mentions that someday, he'll make a video for more advanced lips smiling and laughing and smirking. I think this is still in the works, so does anybody know of a good reference for how facial muscles create expressions, and how to illustrate these with their new and unexpected plane changes?