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Old 09-12-2002, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default First draft story boards!!!! very rough

Just very fast first draft of my story boards for my new reel. Just putting to paper kinda what I was thinking of doing. I'll clean up the drawings once I finalize the story and camera angles.
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looks good, man!
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wow, the last 3 pics are funny when he mistakes the sword for an sports thing. it could swing him through the air and him lands had looking surprised. maybe you get some dust coming up when he lands. just what i thought when i see him bend the sword. but after getting up, he should laugh about. and then trying an evil grin, with some new plan, and fails again.


but it is your ideas, dont want you to use any of my weird ideas.

keep it up !!!
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looks nice and awesome drawing... pretty funny tooo...
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love the line kurt
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Thanks guys!!!! Just wait till I do final boards, they will be a lot tighter drawings with better expressions.
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