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 +==== Storyboard Sketching ====
  
 +\\ **Storyboard theory** {{:​courses:​storyboards_fall_2015.pdf|Slides}} \\ 
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 +\\ **Phase 1: Team assignment** (1 hour)
 +  - Read through the given scenario text. (5-10 minutes)
 +  - Discuss possible visual structures of a storyboard of the scenario. Focus on what you think is high importance and what you think is less important. Agree on a common visual structure. (20-30 minutes)
 +  - Make a joint thumbnail sketch of the agreed visual structure on 1-2 A3 papers. (10-15 minutes)
 +
 +**Text scenario 1** //Kenneth confirms a new task// {{:​courses:​text_scenario_1.pdf|Script}}
 +\\ **Text scenario 2** //Johnna finds damaged goods// {{:​courses:​text_scenario_2.pdf|Script}}
 +\\ **Text scenario 3** //Bill delivers goods// {{:​courses:​text_scenario_3.pdf|Script}}
 +
 +\\ **Phase 2: Individual assignment** (3-4 hours)
 +  - Make the final storyboard artwork as an individual interpretation of the agreed visual structure of the scenario.
 +  - You can use any kind of tool, software or resource to create your scenario artwork. ​
 +  - The artwork must be in grayscale (no colours).
 +  - Print or copy your scenario artwork on papers in A4 or A3 size.
 +  - The artwork is to be pinned on a wall and must be fully legible from at least 2 meters distance.
 +  - The full storyboard sequence must be told in less than 60 seconds
 +
 +\\ **Storyboard presentations and exhibition:​** Tuesday September 29 @ 9:00 outside the Auditorium.
 +
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 +
 +=== Books & Resources ===
 +  * Scott McCloud: //Comic book artist// [[https://​vimeo.com/​19705687|TED talk]] [[http://​scottmccloud.com|personal website]] [[http://​www.amazon.com/​Scott-McCloud/​e/​B000AQ1NPK/​ref=sr_tc_2_0?​qid=1442901821&​sr=8-2-ent|Books]]
 +  * Comics explaining Google Chrome //(by McCloud)// [[https://​www.google.com/​googlebooks/​chrome|Website]]
 +  * RSA Animate: //Visual storytelling on whiteboards//​ [[https://​www.thersa.org/​discover/​videos/​rsa-animate|Videos]]
 +  * Dan Roam: //Author of "Back of the Napkin"​ and "Show & Tell"//​ [[http://​www.danroam.com|Personal website]]
 +  * Will Eisner: //Legendary graphic novel artist and comic book teacher// [[http://​www.willeisner.com|Personal website]] ​
 +  * Kevin Cheng: //Webcomic artist and author of "See What I Mean - How to use comics to communicate ideas"//​ [[http://​okcancel.com/​|OK/​Cancel webcomic]] [[http://​rosenfeldmedia.com/​books/​see-what-i-mean/​|Book]]
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