what is good
and does it really matter?
FACT: Some stories look good, and some look terrible.
Wouldn’t you like a way to know if your animation was going to look good BEFORE you start putting so much energy and time to make it? Walt Disney thought so when he was starting Disney Studios in the 1930s. He designed a tool to “see the future of his animation” before he even started it....
Let’s pretend you could look into the future, what are you looking for? How do you know if something looks good or not?
3 WORDS: Good Visual Storytelling.
Good Visual Storytelling is what made Walt Disney become the person who holds the record for having the most Academy Awards (22) and the one with the most nominations (59).
Ok, so how do you create a Good Visual Storytelling? By intentionally planning for it! You can leave things to chance, but I don’t recommend it.
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail” -Benjamin Franklin
If you create a PLAN that LOOKS GOOD. Then your animation will look good. If you create a PLAN that LOOKS BAD, then the animation will look bad. As simple as that!
The tool for planning an animation is called: A Storyboard. The storyboard is a way of looking into the future and deciding if the animation is looking good or not. And in this training bundle, you will learn how to master it.