Storyboarding minor

Storyboarding minor

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Storyboard artists may pursue careers in film, television, animation, advertising or video game production, among other fields. Students learn to interpret scripts, plan shots, visualize a story before drawing it, and understand the importance of visual continuity by using quick sketching, perspective and composition. The minor also emphasizes story development and interpretation.

  • ANIM 270 Principles of Screen Design
  • CREA 178 The Short Story
  • DRAW 206 Drawing for Storyboarding
  • SEQA 224 Character Design and Storyboarding for Animation
  • SEQA 312 Advanced Storyboarding

Total course of study: 25 hours

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