• Ashton Blyth

Starting to storyboard...

I've now realised I missed out a key step... story boarding. I started to just chop and edit clips within premiere seeing what would work well next to each other, and going off of a wishy washy plan I had in my head - not my smartest idea. So I started to storyboard...


Starting with the introduction / family areas (first couple of chapters), storyboarding forced me to think about what was necessary for the story, what were just pointless bits of information - reflecting on the film Boyhood, having information that seemed extra and unnecessary because it was sentimental, and this is a personal story, rather than just random scenes that didn't mean anything to anyone really, like the fact I don't really like dogs and why, that we used to have a pet parrot, and I love Toy Story.