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Philostrate
Posted: July 14th, 2020, 1:22pm Report to Moderator
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I know that everybody's busy with the writer's tournament, but I thought that I could share this.

Andrea Mercado, a storyboard artist that is trying to get into the animation industry, adapted the script into a storyboard and then made an animatic sequence out of it.

That's the closest I got to having a script adapted as an animation and I think it looks pretty cool, very close at how I imagined it.



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Nice!


My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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For a two page, I feel the writing: MARGARET (CONT'D) four times in a row with a single action line between... should maybe not have been inserted ?

But, yeah well written nice story.    


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Wow... Andrea done a nice job overlapping the storyboard to your story.


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Quoted from BarryJohn
For a two page, I feel the writing: MARGARET (CONT'D) four times in a row with a single action line between... should maybe not have been inserted ?

But, yeah well written nice story.    

Thanks for the read, Barry.


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Quoted from BarryJohn
Wow... Andrea done a nice job overlapping the storyboard to your story.

Yeah, Andread did a great job imho.


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