To understand the storyboard as a comic strip and make it exist as such and giving it the status of a work in itself.
The reading of this storyboard will be less linear than a classic comic strip, since it will be subject to unfinished drawings, scattered notes, multidirectional arrows, etc.
The course will consist of reflecting, on the one hand, on the drawing as a transitory object, questioning the rhythm of the hand, and on the other hand, on the sequence as a montage, questioning the temporality manufactured by an arrangement of images and texts. Each session will lead to the following questions: what place does the subject occupy in the frame? What is the movement of the character? What is the movement of the fictional camera? In addition to the drawing, textual information will be used to provide important details, indicative pictograms, a map to help understand the movements, or a representation of the characters and settings present in the sequence.
Teacher.sLaurent Gaspard on Saturday from 10am to 12pm
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Next dates :
29 May to 3 July 2021
+ 16 years
6 classes of 2 hours
Prix : 200 € / 120 €
Salle des séminaires, 14 rue Bonaparte, Paris 6e* Reduced rates for students under 26 years, job seekers and scholarship holders, upon presentation of a receipt.