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eBook From Word to Image-2nd edition: Storyboarding and the Filmmaking Process ePub

by Marcie Begleiter

eBook From Word to Image-2nd edition: Storyboarding and the Filmmaking Process ePub
Author: Marcie Begleiter
Language: English
ISBN: 193290767X
ISBN13: 978-1932907674
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions; 2 edition (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 248
Category: Movies
Subcategory: Humor
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 923
Formats: lrf lrf mobi doc
ePub file: 1846 kb
Fb2 file: 1979 kb

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From Word to Image-2nd e.has been added to your Cart. this book is pretty complete) for you to understand and to start your own process (if thats your objective, to be a selfthought.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This book is very informative in it's teaching of how to translate written word into storyboards

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This book is very informative in it's teaching of how to translate written word into storyboards. I still browse through this book when I need explanations (or inspiration).

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Monam
Ms. Begleiter shares so much useful information for designing and organizing storyboards as well as preparing to work as a storyboard artist in the industry. Her work has helped me outline the ideas for devicing useful production guides. Because this book outlines the preparatory work for filmmakers it has been useful for me. Also the work has guided me in my artistic sketching. Even though not used with the business yet, it has been a wonderful tool for just life as an artist.
Syleazahad
This is a professional guide to storyboarding that goes into minute detail in terms of storyboarding within the production process. It clearly illustrates all of the different techniques of storyboarding, using different angles, camera movements, shots, and how to represent movement within a picture. It also goes into different types of storyboarding and more. Everything you need to know about storyboarding is in here.
Sudert
There is not much I can add to what's been said in the previous reviews, but there is ONE thing I found here that I never read anywhere else, and just that would make the book worth it's price. From page 160, I quote:
"If we dispense with the steps of drawing an overhead and plotting the points of the set into an elevation, then we need a quick way of determining the placement of the vanishing points by eye. The suggested placement is one-half a frame's distance outside the frame on either side, for a natural, 50mm lens length appearance."
I've read a lot of books on perspective, and, even though they will tell you everything about vanishing points, this is the first (and only book) I read that tells you WHERE to put the damned things, to depict a scene with a "normal" view. (Thank you, Marcie - you're a life saver!...)
My particular area of interest is comic book artwork, (just like reader Jason Briggs), but I consider ANYTHING that can make the art look believable as an invaluable asset, and everything she teaches here, is of immense value, if your objective is to render scenes that will make the reader feel as if he (or she) is actually seeing the picture. For someone interested in the same aspects as Jason, who is interested in the psychological aspects of the craft, I would recommend the books by Will Eisner - that's right up his alley. (What I can't imagine is where he got the notion that this book would contain what he was expecting to find - there is nothing in the reviews, or written on the cover, or in the table of contents, that suggests what he inferred.)
That said, my opinion about the book is: if you know NOTHING about storyboarding, be it for the movies or TV, this will be the first best step you can take. AND, if you ALREADY know something about storyboarding, it will serve as pointers to guide you, so you won't forget any important aspect of the craft. (And there are LOTS of them...) The author managed to cram a ton of information into 223 pages, without making the book a heavy reading, and that's no easy feat! And the "war stories" she tells are also very insightful, and sometimes even funny. Thank you again, Marcie!
Vozilkree
This book is amazing, to me its divided in two sections;

Section 1- everything about the production process, the author technically takes you through several experiences in the process of film making and gives you the basics (attention, by "basics" i mean what you should know, not a basic look through...this book is pretty complete) for you to understand and to start your own process (if thats your objective, to be a selfthought person, this book is perfect to start with).

Section 2- the technical and creative process; color, perspective, drawing (although i must tell you, dont expect to draw like a professional after reading this book, its not the objective and definetely you must take extra classes or already have a level of proficiency if you want to go pro in this)...some techniques.

Begleiter gives real examples and interviews with people of the media also good exercises...so in the end, everything is crystal clear.

This is a must-have in your list.
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
My title pretty much says it all. This was highly recommended to me by a friend who is a professional storyboarder, and has worked in movies for most of his life – over 40 years.
And so far, it seems very worthy of the high recommendation. I have the Kindle edition.
JoJogar
A detailed and complete book on storyboarding. It covers everything. If you have this book, you probably won't need another.
Ffan
This book is perhaps the greatest resource for learning Storyboarding that I've ever come across. The topics range from learning what colors signify what subject or emotion to some fantastic exercises that will have you analyzing your favorite scenes from the movies you love and explore just what draws you to them.

This book is a must read for anyone interested in filmmaking. Period.
All of what this book says could have been said in 5 or 6 pages. There are a few basic concepts the book covers that are worthwhile, but I found it to be heavily padded and very basic. A much better book is Profores' Film Directing Fundamentals, which comes at storyboarding and other visualization tools from a director's viewpoint, rather than an illustrator's.
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