Story: From Script to Screen & How to Entertain your Audience
What is a Story person? What makes a good one?
Visual Storyteller / Visual Communicator
Understanding your audience
Storyboard: Live-action vs Animation
Feature vs Television
Story Artist vs Storyboard Artist
Outline vs Scripted
Story Breakdown: Understanding story structure
Breaking down a script
Editing: When to cut and when not to
The subject in the frame
Use of Deep space
Production: Studio expectations
ToonBoom SB Pro vs Photoshop
John Aoshima started directing on Fox’s Primetime animated series, American Dad!. From there, he focused his attention on younger audiences at Disney TV Animation. At Disney, John has taken various roles as Director, Post Director, Animation Supervisor, and as Storyboard artist on variety of shows. He has directed on Gravity Falls, Pickle & Peanut and currently the reboot of Ducktales. In 2014, John was nominated for an Annie in Outstanding Achievement in Directing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production for “Gravity Falls”. John’s education in animation started at the early age of 12 when an animation class opened at his local school. From there, he continued his focus in animation at his local high school where it was known for it’s animation program within the industry. In 2000, John earned his BFA in Character animation at the California Institute of the Arts, also known as CalArts. Aside from his career in TV animation, John worked on his first feature film at Laika, as the original Head of Story for the upcoming release “Kubo and the Two Strings”. In fact ‘Kubo’ was John’s nickname when he was younger.
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Saturday 17th September from 9.30am-4.30pm.
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