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Storyboards: Motion In Art, 3rd Edition by Mark A. Simon

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CHAPTER 64

Exercise 5: TV Western

You will board out Scenes 1 to 5. Scenes 1, 3, and 5 take place in a Western town. Scenes 2 and 4 are in a movie theater. The character sitting in the movie theater imagines himself as one of the Western characters in the movie he’s watching and sees himself on the screen. Your boards must show how the shots should be edited between the Western scenes and the theater scenes to be the most fluid and effective. It is also important to show why and how the lead character in the Western all of a sudden looks like our movie-watcher.

Your boards should be around 38 panels long for these five scenes. This is not to say that you have to have exactly 38 drawings, but it is to let you know that if you have only drawn 20, ...

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