Storyboarding Techniques: Creating a Polished Animatic
Creating an Animated Video Using Photoshop & Premiere Pro With Rembert Montald
Learn how to turn your rough storyboard sequences into fully colored animated videos with this new tutorial by Rembert Montald, a Storyboard Artist at Riot Games.
Following on from his Storyboarding Techniques: Creating a Fight Sequence workshop, Rembert shares his professional techniques for turning a rough animatic into a final animatic. Focusing on the first 16 seconds of his fight sequence, he gives an in-depth explanation of his thought process when approaching storyboarding for animation. His lecture includes a discussion of the importance of camera placement, as the way a camera moves can be used to great advantage — especially when working with dynamic shots.
This is an advanced drawing workshop; however, Rembert’s approach to teaching is to make his techniques inclusive for all levels and abilities. This workshop aims to empower artists with the confidence to create their own animations, whether for showcasing in a portfolio, using to secure a new job, or pitch an idea to a stakeholder.
Rembert’s final animatic can be downloaded with this workshop.
Duration: 213 Minutes
Format: HD 1920x1080
- 00. Preview
- 01. Refreshing the Concept of Layer Comps
- 02. Polishing Shot 1
- 03. Polishing Shot 2
- 04. Polishing Shot 3
- 05. Polishing Shot 4
- 06. Polishing Shot 5
- 07. Polishing Shot 6
- 08. Polishing Shot 7
- 09. Adding Noise & Motion Blur
- 10. Timing Your Animation With the Photoshop Timeline
- 11. Finishing & Rendering the Animation With Premiere Pro