Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Spicin' up the Frame

If you are a regular reader of boing boing
you will have seen this. If not here is the original link .
“Wally Wood’s 22 frames that always work” is a comic book cheat sheet classic that may help the filmmaker spice up an otherwise dull frame. Not all the examples are applicable since extreme contrast changes don’t exactly work in film like it does in comics but there are still a few good tips that might apply. Many thanks to Joel Johnson for his generosity in sharing this classic comic reference work. Make sure to grab a copy of this in all it's hi-res glory on his blog.