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STORYBOARDS: music videos


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STORYBOARDS: music videos


Janice and Joey

 

Though the music video for “Janice and Joey” has yet to be released, it’s a special project since the final product is entirely animated via stop-motion, and rendered painstakingly with hand-crafted models & sets. 

 

Writer/Director: Michael Barnett

Artist: Atrina

Running to the Sea


Running to the Sea


Running to the Sea

Like “Blue Eyes” and other examples that can be seen on this page, the original drawings are very close to the final shots. Unlike “Blue Eyes” however, “Running to the Sea” went through countless edits (even different artists) over an extended period of time, but the core of the narrative was always intact – which the storyboards helped establish early on.


Comparisons

Writer/Director: Jon Conklin

Cinematographer: Jon Conklin and AJ Sartor

Artist: Röyksopp

 

Blue Eyes


Blue Eyes


Blue Eyes

The script for “Blue Eyes” was meticulously written out to match the song’s breathless 2 minutes & 48 seconds – every shot and moment corresponding to the dynamics of the song. As a result, the final shots are very close to the original sketches. (Fun fact: Jim also stars in “Blue Eyes”)


Comparison

Writer/Director: Tighe Kellner

Cinematographer: Oliver Lanzenberg

Artist: The Rosebuds

Music Video Stoyboards


Music Video Stoyboards


New Year's

Many of the shots in “New Year’s” are long takes, captured via steadicam, which was always the intent. As such, the original storyboards are broken into the essential action beats & moments, as opposed to every time the camera cuts.


Comparison

Writer/Director: Tighe Kellner

Cinematographer: Oliver Lanzenberg

Artist: Diane Coffee