In this interactive project, you will have the chance to animate layers from storyboards from Walter Nalley of Nalley Art.
Don’t have editing software yet? No problem!
This is the screenplay for the scene you will be animating:
EXT. HOSPITAL – DAY
Cars pass by a modern, crisp hospital building.
INT. HOSPITAL – DAY
JANET lies in a hospital bed; her feet twitching and her eyes
roaming. BOB, her husband, stands next to the bed looking
over at her.
So until that machine gets fixed
there’s a good chance I might be
pulling double shifts for the
I’m sorry about that, honey. Here’s
DOCTOR enters carrying a clipboard.
The results from your tests came
back and I have some bad news.BOB
What is it?DOCTOR
I’m afraid it’s…you have
What? What’s that?DOCTOR
It’s lung cancer. I can make you
some referrals for an oncologist
for treatment options.JANET
That’s impossible. I just came in
because I’ve had this cough. For
only two weeks.DOCTOR
I am sorry.
The DOCTOR exits, leaving JANET and BOB alone to deal with
I can’t be working doubles while
you’re dealing with this. It’s hard
enough at the shop as it is.
JANET turns away from BOB.BOB (CONT’D)
And how are the kids going to
handle this? Oh Janet, you don’t
deserve something like this.
Below is the FREE STORYBOARD LAYERS.
You can “Right Click” and SAVE AS to get each image for importing into your editing software. Once you have them inside, you can place them on a timeline or sequence and by placing the backgrounds on the bottom layer, the images will have automatic transparency so you can layer them and move them around to match the movement you are looking for in your shots.
As always, anyone anywhere can use these and post their version, please credit
STORYBOARDS BY WALTER NALLEY, NALLEYART directed by Peter John Ross COURTESY OF CINESTUDY #cinestudy