Transcript: SECOND STEP SIXTH STEP THIRD STEP STORYBOARD FIRST STEP FIFTH STEP Establish a timeline Establishing the parameters for when and where your story takes place, and deciding in which order the events of the story happen, is the best way to organize your story. USEFUL LINKS http://www.floobynooby.com/comp1.html http://www.tvpaint.com/v2/content/article/home/ http://www.toonboom.com/products/storyboardpro Decide what medium to use for your template You can draw a basic storyboard template using Adobe Illustrator, www.storyboardthat.com, Microsoft PowerPoint, Amazon's Storyteller, or inDesign to create a storyboard template in vertical or horizontal format. Decide how detailed to get A storyboard can be incredibly detailed, with illustrations depicting every shot or you can select only the most important events. Identify the key scenes in your story A storyboard is meant to give its viewer the idea of how the story will translate to film. The point isn't to try to recreate the entire experience in a flip book, but to demonstrate important key parts that will draw the viewer in. FOURTH STEP Finalize the storyboard Once you have identified the key points of the subject and worked out a design for each frame, review your work and make final changes How to make a Storyboard When you’re planning a video, the first step in the process is to make a storyboard so you can bring your script to life and present it to other people. A storyboard is a series of thumbnails that show the breakdown of the video, illustrating the key scenes. Follow the instructions and learn how to map your story. Write a description of what each cell will show Now that you know what main scenes you want to show, think about how to depict the action in each illustration. Go down your list of scenes and write a description of the most important elements of each one.
Transcript: Then draw a line on half way on the right Then draw a another line on the other side of the heart. Step 4. By: Jessica Del Villar Next draw a triangle and meet up at a point. Step 1. How to draw a heart with an arrow. First to draw a heart draw an m. Step 2. Step 3.
Transcript: Impacts in the Workplace Here is where I will wrap up my presentation. I will likely close with a brief summary of topics discussed, a personal anecdote and a short question and answer session if the setting allows. Thank the audience for their time, and step down. Closing Personal Anecdote Impacts in a School Environment If attached to an school or organization, I would include a handout or pamphlet outlining my presentation as well as some contact information for various resources. Workplace Solutions Style Template & Storyboard This is where I detail the difference in technology usage between the generations. Using some derived stats from my resources if needed, I will show how many people are moving with this change as those who are not. Identification of the Generational Gap Here I will offer solutions for school settings. This is mostly tapping resources that the school may offer, as well as how to handle some other more abstract issues like those of cyber bullying and the like. General Style and Presentation This is where I introduce myself, and give a light outline of my speech that I am giving. This will ideally open with a greeting and a smile. I'll make brief eye contact and acknowledgement of those who respond to my greeting before moving on. This is a pivotal point where I will need to grab my audience and ring them in so presentation is key here. Professional Dressed, Clean cut appearance Standing upright, with good posture Smiling and making eye contact Gesturing with hands for better expression Reduce the usage of notes to a minimum I explain the impact of this phenomena in the workplace here. Using the generational management heirarchy as a primary example, and how its held back many businesses should paint a good picture for them to understand the need for these skills. I will cover a few cons to this argument for the sake of fairness, but keep it mostly positive. Explanation of Tech Usage Between Generations Speech Sequence and Composition Pamphlet/Handout This where I explain the general details of the generational gap with technology usage. This is to be handled with a bit of tact, as experience tells me this can be a rather sensitive topic with people that are identified like this. The less people I offend with this portion, the better. The ideal environment for this presentation is A classroom, conference room, or similar area where a group would meet to hear a speech or lecture. This is where I tell a short story of my experiences on the job with my coworkers and their skill gap with technology. This serves as a point for both connecting to the audience, and illustrating the point of the difference in tech usage that exists between the generations. I make a transition from workplace tech usage to school tech usage, likely through the mention of taking classes to learn tech. I tap my resources to mention the pros and cons of school tech usage, but aim for a more positive beat to keep the interest in learning. Setting Solutions for School Introduction I offer solutions for learning to use more modern technology here. This is mostly through classes and community programs, but I will also suggest independent exploration and discovery as well for learning resources.
Transcript: Concept Art Animated movie Storyboard This is my first slide in a Prezi Presenation. Plot Outline Writer My first Prezi Artist Questions? Creating a Cartoon Now we have a new template How we start our first slide Management This is how you can add a basic slide manually. Look and now we have bullets as well. Second bullet and now this is feeling a lot like PowerPoint
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Transcript: The Sniper Storyboard Template Presentation By: Corina Mcphaul Then the sniper got shot. Then he return the shot. And kill the man instantly he went to see who the man was. Then he get shot at but, don't see his enemy. Finally he see a armored car, a lady approach the car tells him where the sniper at. The man in the armored car shoot at the sniper return the shoot and another and the lady and the man is dead. When the sniper went and turn over the body he look into his brother face. The Sniper Storyboard The Sniper is sitting on the roof with his gun. He starts eating a sandwich.
Transcript: Animate YouTube What are the supporting points? Conclusion Storyboard These determine the flow of the prezi. symbols and shapes lines arrows background music voice-over Template Should Add to the Story Outline the story More... Be Creative This light gray circle is the frame for a title box and text box import existing PowerPoint presentations cannot edit "slide" once imported flow of the PPT can serve as storyboard What are Frames? Container Multimedia Layout start a blank prezi choose background color (or image) choose frames import content similar to importing a PowerPoint presentation to do: place "pages" or viewer in a frame for better control Design should help to deliver the story, not distract from it. under: Insert>Layout Add a single frame Import PDF, Video.. Mapping the story/layout outside of Prezi will save you loads of time! Customize... remember motion sickness use these options sparingly for effect don't overdo it lay out the story outside of Prezi be as detailed as you can be images, videos, color, etc. What are the main points? Templates are editable ~Storyboard~ Insert Frames minimal animation options use voiceover for individual frames Zoom and Tilt From PowerPoint Prezi - Instead of PowerPoint Reinvent the Wheel? they come with a pre-existing path (flow pattern) edit parts of the path clear path and start over delete frames... Feeling Creative? break out of the PPT mold use multimedia use your voice Let's get started! Template or not under: Insert>Layout Add a frame cluster background image color theme To Template or Not to Template... Think... process brainstorming gallery many categories Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures These provide depth and context. All you need is a URL
Transcript: PROJECT TITLE MY PROJECT STORYBOARD AUTHOR(S) DATE Market research. This is an example text in the storyboard. Finding new ideas for my project. Launching a new product. Add your own content here. Making a brainstorming session. Idea execution. Eat a slice of Pizza! Important step here. Trying to make things work. Just kidding, trying to target a market segment Highlight areas with a red marker! Finding partners. Building a database of clients. Good Communication! Cannot succeed alone! Selling and marketing the product. The key to success in every project.
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