the storyboard for the splash out animation
young boy goes to surf however he doesn't know how to, because of this he is nervous i have done this so viewers have a character they can relate with, especially those who have never swam or surfed before. 5 seconds of speech then cut to dolphin (mascot) appearing.
random dolphin appears (splash out mascot) this will be the "tutor" during the animation and will tell people about splash out. focus on dolphin (mascot) for 3 seconds then cut back to kid.
dolphin begins to talk about splash out and how it helps people learn to surf. I have done this as the dolphin would be our mascot so in the actual animation the mascot would be talking in its place, this gives our audience a character to focus on. cut between dolphin (mascot) and child throughout scene, then cut to kid for last segment of this sequence.
dolphin (mascot) tells the boy about splash out causing him to be excited. i have done this to show how exciting splash out can be and how exciting the activities are. cut to kid at start and watch him celebrate and then cut to dolphin (mascot) for last transition. blur out to next scene.
multiple people including the boy in first half riding surfboards in background whilst dolphin (mascot) talks at the front. i have done this so that the audience are shown what they may be doing at splash out. focus on dolphin (mascot) for 6 seconds whilst he talks, then pan out to show people surfing in the background. quickly jump to next scene.
dolphin (mascot) moves over to a family enjoying their day out with splash out, scene ends with family saying "thanks splash out!". i have done this to show the wide range of people who like or may like splash out and who get involved with splash out. scene starts focused on dolphin (mascot) for 4 seconds then cuts to family talking and ends with a long distance shot of the entire scene.
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