Fantasia 2000 storyboard

zathros

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OMG!!! I just watched that with my family. I wish there was much much more. Absolutely beautiful and fantastic!! You never cease to amaze me!! :bowdown::bowdown::bowdown::Bravo:thumbsupthumbsup
 

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You're too modest. You can see a beautiful story unfold in nature. I think you could make a wonderful pencil drawn movie like that. . That clip you provided was stunning and beautiful. I saw your "Layout' of the "Book of life", it was fantastically complicated, awesome!! Could you post any storyboard pictures of that? :);)
 

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I have never seen storyboards like this before! This is a work of art in and of itself! I have to agree with @zathros. I was wanting more. You are indeed an extraordinarily talented person. Thank you very much for sharing this with us!
 

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That was the Xerox copy of the "storyboard revision" or "workbook" depending on which studio want to call it. Not very often I got to keep the original... actually, I don't recall they let me keep any of the original workbooks, everything I have was copied, and some so badly copy I can't post it in my portfolio, Xerox way back when was really suck. But I do have some original " Atlantis" workbook panels that were N/G that I'm going to shot video of. I had so much fun I'll be shooting everything for easier and faster viewing but it just coming slowly.
 
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I am sorry that you were unable to keep any of the original work. I do understand though. With that being said, I am looking forward to seeing the "Atlantis" work!
 

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That was the Xerox copy of the "storyboard revision" or "workbook" depending on which studio want to call it. Not very often I got to keep the original... actually, I don't recall they let me keep any of the original workbooks, everything I have was copied, and some so badly copy I can't post it in my portfolio, Xerox way back when was really suck. But I do have some original " Atlantis" workbook panels that were N/G that I'm going to shot video of. I had so much fun I'll be shooting everything for easier and faster viewing but it just coming slowly.

Grrrreat!!!! :)