This is a storyboard-to-final-picture comparison of the Disney Mickey Mouse episode "Bottle Shocked" which I directed and storyboarded. Enjoy!
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Storyboard Sequence from the episode, 'CatFight', Ben10 Omniverse.
*This seq. wasn't actually about a boat chase in the original script at all. It was more of battle scene between characters at some random flat ground. I changed the seq to a boat chase from battle because the story was about catching a villain, yet there were many battles and less chasing scenes. I felt one chase seq is needed in plot. And because I storyboarded it from scratch, it was an open space to any humor and comedy to add. I feel final product of this episode came out nice, translating the comedy well from the boards. Hope you enjoy..
This is my old storyboard sample (done in 2012) from the episode, "Mystery, Incorporeal" of Ben 10 Omniverse, Cartoon Network. I've added a color version on side, so you guys can enjoy comparing how the boards turn into final product. You will see some of my character expressions are well translated into final product even though they were out of model. Main production in Korea has done good job. Hope you enjoy!(*Copyright is at Cartoon Network)