|Animatics are basically storyboards set to audio. Using an sound source (such as an audio book or a recording of actors reading a script set to a musical score) sketchwork can be set to accompany the sound to tell a 'slideshow style' story, depicting action and camera effects.
I've always enjoyed creating animatics, considering the time it takes to create fully realized animation, an animatic can serve as a more simplistic format for presenting a sequence to convey a story. This page features some of my favorite animatic creations, the anaglyph 3D one is in EXE format (for best picture quality) and the rest as movie files or YouTube clips.
|3D ANAGLYPH ANIMATICS|
|Stephen King's THE MIST- Final Confrontation
Selected scene (near the story's end) incorporating the 1986 Simon and Shuster 3D Audio production for sound. EXE slideshow presentation.
|'Family Guy' Version of THE MIST Movie Ending (Take One)
Gag idea for a cutaway scene for 'Family Guy', version one.
|'Venture Bros' Imaginary Episode 'Lam-Pooned!'
10 minute story I wrote and sketched up that picks up where season three left off. I also did all of the voices, so be kind.
|'Family Guy' Version of THE MIST Movie Ending (Take Two)
Another gag idea for a cutaway for 'Family Guy'.
'Family Guy' version of the Attract Mode from the 1983 arcade classic 'Space Ace'.
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|Five animatic sequences spoofing key scenes from the film 'The Mist'. I wrote the gags and did all of the male character voices, Mrs Lockhart and Meg were voiced by Courtney W. from Wisconsin.|