Monday, December 17, 2007

Storyboard To Screen: Steamboat Willie

Storyboard To Screen is a series of posts which will compare actual storyboard sequences created for various toons to their screen counterparts. These posts are meant as pure galleries, as there is really nothing I can comment on that you can't already see for yourself.

As you scan these images, you'll notice that in most cases, besides the crude character sketches vs. the refined film versions, the screen mirrors its storyboard; however other cases are a bit different. Some storyboards show slightly different staging compared to their final screen appearances while others are drastically different.

Today's post compares the storyboards for Steamboat Willie to that film's finalized screen version. All pictures are shown in sequential order, and you can always click on them to view a larger size.


Buffalo International Film Festival said...

The original artwork for the Plane Crazy Storyboards drawn by Ub Iwerks will be on display at The Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY on Friday, April 3, 2009 between 4PM-9PM. Then see the original 35mm STudio Archive print Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 2:30 with 10 other Mickey cartoons. Shea's Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. Tickets at TicketMaster

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