Here it is folks, the grand finale! If you haven't had a chance to look at my previous posts, let me fill you in.
This was an assignment for Drawing for Storyboarding class here at Savannah College of Art and Design. The objective was to write our own spin on a fairy tale of our choice, create six full-color beat boards, and then pitch it to the class as either an animation, a film, a TV show, graphic novel, or commercial.
I started off with the German fairy tale, Bearskin, a story of transformation through a deal with the devil. Previously, I had another storyline, but I ended up changing it for this second project. I adapted it into a simple undersea adventure, a full-length animated movie catered towards children and families. Sharkskin tells the story of an over-fished ocean, an angry sea god, and two fishermen who wish to make amends on behalf of the humans.
The fully polished beat boards are available on my behance account too---if you like what you see here, send some appreciation that way too. They're also posted here on my blog---along with a few extra goodies. Enjoy!
|Fisherman #1 Character Sheet|
|Fisherman #2 Character Sheet|
|Sea God Character Sheet|
|Fisherman #1 (Hammerhead) Character Sheet|
|Fisherman #2 (Goblin Shark) Character Sheet|