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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Transitional Landscape Storyboard Frames...

Having dinner at a Lebanese restaurant here in St. Francisville, LA, Al Aqaba. I managed to squeeze in a couple of hours of sleep. A new briefing of twenty-five frames will probably occur later this evening. On to the final confrontation at the Plaquemine sugar cane factory. It will be a real challenge for all involved.
I attached some gratuitous landscape wide shots ( WS ). It's kinda fun because I get to create my own visuals... as long as they pertain to the appropriate scene. I say "gratuitous" because these pics don't reflect any dialogue or require any specific angles for the film storyboard.
For added flavor, I entitled each one of my location frames. The one with the turtle is called,"Blew By You!" It was part of the many car chase scenes I've had to draw.
The one with the heron I entitled, "Carol" for obvious reasons! My friend, Carol Hallock, has an egret named Geraldine as her brand. Carol is a painter of the Louisiana marshland and quite successful doing it. 
BTW, my Beach Boy collection of eight and a half hours made to sunrise, today, with plenty to spare.
Onward, and, uh... onward!

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