Storyboarding’ experiences by Ernest Agullo #1

Storyboarding’ experiences by Ernest Agullo #1

Storyboarding’ experiences by Ernest Agullo #1
 
I would describe my twenty-year long career as a swing of the pendulum between advertising and animation. I feel more like an illustrator than a storyboard artist when I’m working on advertising projects, since this type of job requires greater talent as a visualizer, with special sensitivity for color, light and composition. On the other hand, animation work requires storytelling skills, an ability to transform the script into images and good use of visual gags and here I undoubtedly feel like a storyboard artist.
 
The so-called shooting board or storyboard for a film or commercial lies somewhere between the two worlds of publicity and animation. It requires a certain neutral, realistic type of drawing which shows all the camera shots which the director will use on the film set. It is also very helpful for budgeting productions since everything which is necessary for the shoot is drawn, from extras to props etc. This is why, when I draw a shooting board, it is the only time that I feel like an illustrator and storyboard artist at the same time, this is the point at which the pendulum is caught in the middle.
 
For more information about Ernest, check out his site at;
http://ernestagullo.blogspot.com.es/
 
www.storyboardingbook.com
 

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