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30 JANUARY 2016

Tumbleweed Tango: a balloon dog makes an impossible escape

"A balloon dog is lost in a world of danger. One wrong step and his dancing days are done. Only love, and tango, can possibly save him".

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20133D animationanimated short filmballoon dog • cactus • cactus flower • Christopher Wolfgang Mauch • dancedangerdangerous placesdesertdogenvironment as antagonistescapefearflyingforebodinglove story • Michael Hewett • no mans landperil • perilous spaces • Sam Stephens • Sarah Whitney • storyboardtango • Tumbleweed Tango (2013)

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Simon Perkins
16 JANUARY 2015

Illustration showing 3D animation production pipeline

Pre–production: Idea, Story, Storyboard, Animatic, Design;
Production: Layout, R&D, Modelling, Texturing, Rigging/Setup, Animation, VFX, Lighting, Rendering;
Post–production: Compositing, 2D VFX/Motion Graphics, Colour Correction, Final Output.

Fig.1 John Ludwick (2011). "3D Production Pipeline".

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Andy Beane • animation production • animation workflow • assembly linebunnyconveyer belt • design workflow • diagramillustrated diagrams • industrial process • industrial production systems • John Ludwick • linear sequence • manufacturing processespost-productionpost-production workflowpre-productionproduction line • production pipeline • production process • sequence of events • storyboardworkflow

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Simon Perkins
29 JULY 2012

Fahrenheit 451: illustrations replace text in newspapers

Montag (Oskar Werner) 'reads' his illustrated newspaper in bed. The scene is from François Truffaut's classic film treatment of Ray Bradbury's 1953 novel about a dystopian world where written books have been outlawed.

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Simon Perkins
09 MARCH 2009

Celtx: media pre-production planning tool

"Celtx is the world's first all–in–one media pre–production software. It has everything you need to take your story from concept to production. Celtx replaces 'paper, pen & binder' pre–production with a digital approach that's more complete, simpler to work with, and easier to share."

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Celtx • designfilmmakingmanagement • media pre-production • multimedianew mediaplanningproductionproductivity toolsproject management toolproject planningscripting aid • scriptwriting • sequence designshort filmstoryboard

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Simon Perkins
01 JULY 2005

Beatscript: action-centred scripting for shortfilms and animations

"Beats are a unit of action first described by Constantin Stanislavski. Although details about his specific terminology are sketchy, varying between beads, bits and beats, the meaning is consistent. Terence Smith who has published notes on Stanislavski explains that 'identifying actions involves breaking the play into segments (bits or beats). Each bit embodies a single action'.

Accordingly a beatscript is a scripting aid used for describing story ideas. It offers a level of detail not afforded by the standard feature–film screenplay format. This makes it especially useful for describing short–film, animation and short sequence ideas. Its structure is focused on action rather than thought. This allows screenwriters to organise their narrative ideas in a concise manner that is conducive to screen presentation. It prevents authors from describing non–tangible, subjective elements that are unable to be effectively represented in screen form. Beatscripts are used as the starting point for generating storyboards and shootingscripts. While beats are used to describe action, shots are used to describe the visual screen presentation of action. There isn't a direct relationship between individual beats and shots. In situations where an event is significant in a sequence, a single beat might equate to a single shot (and is likely to be framed as a close–up). Whereas where a series of beats might describe a general idea, these beats might collectively equate to a single shot (which is likely to be framed as a long–shot). The specific visual treatment of beatscript ideas is usually determined by the cinematographer or director (which on small projects is usually the same person)."

(Simon Perkins, 2005)

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20053Dactionanimationbeads • beats • beatscript • bits • Constantin Stanislavskimethods for design practiceprose storyboardscreenplay formatscripting aidsequence • Sharon Carnicke • shooting-script • short filmSimon Perkins • story event • storyboard • Terence Smith (Tezza)
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