hombrehombre saidDreams, what is yours?
I went to film school several years ago and dropped out and never intended on returning to it. Now I can craft a story even complex ones that just has never been a problem for me and I can write. The thing is I still like the visual medium even though I really don't want to make film. So how do you combine all of that? By storyboarding which is basically a rough comic book.
So for a while now I have been trying to figure out how to learn to draw at an acceptable level (at least to me) without having to go to school. A few months ago I came across this website:http://the-structure-of-man.blogspot.com/
It is exactly what I have been looking for and I ordered it and have had it for about a month now. Storyboarding class in school taught me a lot and this course is teaching me so much more. So sooner or later I intend on making comics of the films I had intended on making without other people thinking they have good ideas which turn it into crap. Good thing I have been reading comics as long as I have so I understand the genre.
Just so some of you know not all comic books are about superheros. Ever see Gost World, Road to Perdition, 300, A History of Violence, or Sin City? They are just a few examples of comic books that became movies.
That last video called 'um, please don't attack me' was just plain awesome.