Where deleted scenes stack up like cord wood.
love the expression on Minion when he says 'I did' and following 2 boards lol great stuff!
The expressions are amazing. It'd be so cool to see a video of you making these boards.
amazing as always ))))
Great beats...I was wondering Toby; when you are boarding these, do you create your line-work and layers first (back, mid, and foreground) first, then add the tone and pencil shadowing after all the sequence is completed. Or do you incorporate all that per frame as you go?thanks for the posts as always.
hi Toby, you really don't know how much these are helpful to better understand how to storyboard in the good way. really thanks for sharing.cheers from italy.
great as always - now i got to check out the MegaMind DVD!
Contact & asks..."...do you create your line-work and layers first...then add the tone and pencil shadowing after all the sequence is completed. Or do you incorporate all that per frame as you go?"Funny you should ask...I was recently asked by a director to work rougher and skip toning altogether, until he could be sure the scene was working. He didn't want me to waste time and effort on panels he might want to change.That being said, I think it's better to get the scene roughed out and get notes before you start tying down and toning.
Second that- love to watch a video of you working. These are just so loose and full of performance. love em.
this stuff is amazing--so great to look at. love the simple gestural poses
love the sentimentality you get across with such rough poses. youre expressions are so clear and unique. thank you.
Great job! I love it.
Your boards are frickin amazing, Toby! These drawings inspire me to wedge my nose firmly against the proverbial grindstone, 'cause clearly, I have much still to learn!
awesome blog! fantastic sequences!
That little bromance punch was my fav part of the short. (well, that and Minion wiping away his tears at the end.)Great stuff, thanks for posting!
These are very cool! I loved that short also :)