What's next? Storyboards and/or animatics


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What's next? Storyboards and/or animatics

Now, we are in kind of an interesting time within the motion graphics industry. There are a lot of things that have been changing over the last few years as software has gotten faster. Now, particularly, I'll tell you definitely Motion has changed my workflow significantly. But let's talk about the approval process. Traditionally, when it came to motion graphics, most of the time a motion graphics artist would actually never touch a computer until they had an approved storyboard. So let me repeat that: never touch a computer until they had an approved storyboard.

So in the pre-production phase, they would actually sketch or paint their ideas and then float those in front of the client, and then if the client agreed or disagreed, they could make their changes, et cetera, but eventually they would have a finished storyboard. Now, since software is getting faster, a lot of times there are many artists that would just jump directly into the software first and actually create frames right ...

What's next? Storyboards and/or animatics
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What's next? Storyboards and/or animatics provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion: Principles of Motion Graphics

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Motion
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