Storyboard Design Humanities

Storyboard Design Humanities

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  • Houses (colored to represent students' personalities/behaviors)
  • Outside view of the school
  • Students arriving at school
  • In this scene, we will have the actors come out of their respective dorms, represented in this storyboard as houses. The houses are colored in order to represent the students' different personalities and behaviors, as they are leaving to go to school. 
  • School courtyard (part 1)
  • This is an outside view of the school, which will be the main building where we film our movie in. The school is black because we want the school to represent a bottomless pit (black hole) of feelings and ideas, in which we will film the ensuing interactions between the students.
  • School courtyard (part 2)
  • The bus is in this scene is made to represent the students (dressed in different colors to represent their personalities and behaviors) arriving at school and getting ready for their interactions with each other in class.
  • College Woods
  • This is where we will film the students on break from classes outside in the school courtyard continuing their interactions and class discussions outside during their break/lunch times.
  • This scene will be a continuation of the students outside, continuing their interactions with one another while examining their behavior and personalities.
  • In this scene, the students will be walking through College Woods on campus and discussing how their personalities grew on them and how they adapted to their behaviors. The forest is decent scenery because there are many different plants and animals, which is similar to the vast array of feelings and ideas that the students have.
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