Thursday, November 30, 2006

Storyboards

©Armand Serrano/Redeemer Films 2006.
Here are a few board panels from different sequences for the project. I apologize for not posting as often as I did. Im busy with work and with this project. Im rewriting the story into a feature instead of a short. The DSI team are busy doing some tests and having a few prototype costumes made. Also, I'll be teaching a six-week 2-hour per session Visual Development class in Environmental Design at the Santa Clarita School Of Performing Arts in Newhall this coming February. The class is open to everyone. For those interested, details will be posted here in my blog next week.

21 comments:

cdeboda said...

Yes!...storyboard time! Looks great and good luck with the project and upcoming classes.

FerdinandKreozot said...

Cool and a half.

Awesome work,

Cheers,

Milenko

Anonymous said...

As always, your work is really inspired. The atmosphear in these storyboards is quite amazing, like the composition. Good job! :)

Shuku said...

Armand those storyboards are -beautiful-. So much better than the stick figure ones we used to attempt for our student films in uni...I miss working on them now after seeing what you've done with yours!

Prototype costumes. Oh man. That's going to be AWESOME. Costumes. COOL.

I'd definitely attend that class if I could teleport. Drat. Where's science to the rescue when you need it?

--Shuku

Hans said...

Hey Armand,

Great looking storyboards! Wow so it's a feature now, that's awesome. Can't wait to hear and see more from the project. I just received a new rare instruments sound library I've been wanting for a while. I'll see if I can at least finish up a small piece this weekend, so you can hear a sample of what I'm working on.

Take care and have a great weekend,

Hans

Roland Mechael said...

great boards armand! have a great weekend! ;)

mackaydesign said...

Wow! Fantastic boards!

Mauricio said...

Great work!

Congrats from Brazil :o)

martin wittig said...

Armand--Awesome work...Really Nice!!:)

A.Llupia said...

Great thumbnails,i like the way you simplify with strokes,and the camera shots!greetings!

Marcelo Braga said...

That's a Nice Storyboard! What a great use of contrast!

SIM-R said...

Love the rough approach - and it reads so well .... Keep posting . Looks great man .

Ale said...

I am so glad to see a bit of the storyboard pass! ;) It looks fantastic as I thought, keep it up Armand!

Alina Chau said...

WOooo ... these storyboards are AWESOME!! Love the dynamic cinematography!! :)

Dave said...

Yeah, very dramatic lighting! Feels epic :D

Mark said...

Great blog! Great drawing style you have and wonderful point of views in your work.

Awesome!

kcirbuk said...

Hey Armand,
GREAT JOB!!!!

Cheers,

Paco K.

marcobucci said...

Excellent! Great cinematic stuff as I've come to expect. Wish I could attend that Visual Development seminar...

Anonymous said...

awesome stuff. great storyboarding. really love this blog man.

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks.

Mark McDonnell said...

Beautiful man.

MAC