Preparing a Deadman’s Mission

As I always do with any project, I started storyboarding the shots for Kendrick. I didn’t want to loose anything so the storyboards became some kind of roadmap.

I had drawn a ton of frames, because I think, that the less resources you have on set, the better your filming should be prepared.

And although I was drawing in the accelerated mode (5 to 10 minutes per frame), the drawing process took too long. So I had to find a way to work faster.

Below are some of the storyboard frames I did for Kendrick.

middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito


middle ages horror shortfilm scribble John Brito

 

Coming up next: Replacing the Pencil with Stick Puppets

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