Present Character Designs!
SHOOTING FROM HOME
If shooting from home use these settings:
720 by 480 pixels
resolution (dpi) at or below 300 (but at least 72)
file extension: .jpg
If you do not have a way to assemble your jpgs at home, bring them in a folder on a thumb drive (USB key).
Films with simple backgrounds:
Excerpt from Jules Engel’s Carnival, 1963 (World of Sine)
Jeremy Can’t Drink Milk
More examples of films with very simple backgrounds and some color (not ‘full’ color):
Then- you might think this is simple, but it’s not!’
Presenting the magic that is Don Hertzfeldt:
At the beginning of next class, you will each pin up your background designs. They, too, may be fully colored (pencil, paint, crayons, whatever!). This background design should be based on your final project HOWEVER! as always, you may end up changing your project. That’s still OK, but definitely have your designs for character and background locked down by the time you work on your storyboards!