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storyboard 2 by Lemi4 storyboard 2 by Lemi4
Entitled storyboard 2 because this is the second storyboard I've ever done during my short freelancing graphic design career. Done over a period of one and a half day (I consider that too slow, so does others). When the project has gone public I'll tell you more about it. You can read a little backgrounder on its creation process at my blog ([link])

update 18/05/2005 -- I've recreated and added frames 7 and 8. The paper originals are now lost forever, only this digital reproduction remain.
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lurino Featured By Owner May 18, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ah, yes.... this one.... mind the zooms, and the details. burnsF's opinion is a commoners opinion, of which must be heard over other people's opinion...

alas, this one rocks my head as well
Barn Featured By Owner May 11, 2005   Writer
woow.. u really draw nice.. but i dont understand the last one :$
BurnsF Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
'It's comfusing. the zoom goes
Close - Wide
very close - wide
Wide- close

this is just me though.. and I'm Crazy. so don't know if you shud be listening to me LOL
Lemi4 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
He's breaking free and running away from deadly chained solitude towards a peaceful, wide open space. And if I follow the brief I got for it then its supposed to be shot in 'bullet time.' (but I was kinda thinking if it was cut fast then it'd be gnarlier; and then if the final shot at the garden just stayed that way for a good five to seven seconds...) But I got your point, I guess...

BTW How'd you comment so fast? I barely uploaded the sucker.. :confused:
BurnsF Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm a amateur when it comes to this thing, so don't take my advice that serious ;) :D
Lemi4 Featured By Owner May 7, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
r0x0rZ!!! :headbang: :p

Oh!!! Thanx 4 Visiting!!!
Lemi4 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh and scenes 7 and 8 are missing because the scans came out bad (scanned as 'bitmap' instead of 'grayscale'). And while I was making them I was more obsessed with detailing the individual sketches as opposed to trying to interpret the story.

I was given a more-or-less 'conceptually finished' storyboard sketch as a reference. I have since thought about adding at least one more scene where more 'victims' walk out of aditional 'bunkers/prisons' (that little block you see somewhat in the middle of the last frame). And I was supposed to submit the project as vectorised digital artwork instead of as a pencil sketch.

Its not done yet. I don't feel like doing it.
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