animatic


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an·i·mat·ic

 (ăn′ə-măt′ĭk)
n.
A preliminary animated version of a scripted movie or television program.

an·i·mat′ic adj.

animatic

(ˌænɪˈmætɪk)
n
(Film) an initial edition or forerunner of a film, often a commercial, which contains a sequence of storyboard shots accompanied by a soundtrack
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APP Animatic, iOS and Android But the best attribute of this unique multiplayer game lies in its variety.
Then Ill pull it together into an animatic (this is like a story board with a timing structure).
The second session on July 30 will feature an introduction to storyboards and animatic and the filmmaking process will have the four groups work on four different things such as modelling characters, set building, preparing storyboards and presenting to all attendees, and preparing start and end credits in stop-motion.
Planos que se yuxtaponen en un montaje paralelo, en un proceso de creacion que se inicia en una tela en blanco, se transforma con el proceso de intervencion a traves de una animatic, hasta el momento en que el artista culmina su obra.
Estas fases terminam com o animatic (storyboard temporizado com sons e movimentos previos planejados (Laybourne, 1998)).
2 days - though, in reality, a completed episode takes much longer with the creation of animatic storyboards, recording sounds, filming, editing and post effects.
From the blood, sweat and tears of work on an aging desktop computer with minimal gpu power, the beginnings of an animatic came to life.
The instruments include a keyboardless Red Welte Steinway, two Ampico grands (Chickering and Marshall and Wendell), Hupfeld Animatic Phonoliszt, Behning Art Echo, and four Vorsetzer players (Ampico, Duo-Art, Welte Red, and Welte Green).
Also included are a behind-the-scenes featurette, an animatic, a SpongeBob Yule Log, and two downloadable songs from the episode.
One significant part of any pre-production is Final Animatic, which allows animators to gauge how the visuals of a programme such as The Amazing World of Gumball will appear.
The animatic usually uses the same drawings from the storyboard, but it also includes the camera movements, cuts, sound effects and even rough animations to give an idea of the timing of the whole film.
DVD Extras: Director and composer commentary, deleted scenes; Blu-ray: director and composer commentary, The Making Of Coraline and Voicing The Characters featurettes, Creepy Coraline featurette, deleted scenes, Picture-in-Picture U Control option (2D only), Tours And Voice Sessions U Control option (2D only), PiP Animatic U Control option (2D only).