According to the exhibit, a colorscript "is artwork that visually supports the emotional content of an entire story through general color, lighting, and mood. It depicts the whole story in a chronological format that allows one to see the basic color structure to be applied to the entire film. The colorscript is one of the first opportunities to see the story as a whole. It is a low-resolution view that reveals the full emotional arc of the film. Colorscripts work because detail is removed and ideas are presented in their most concise form."
This is the colorscript for "Wall-E," a digital painting done by Ralph Eggleston.
October 8, 2010 4:00 AM PDT
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| Caption by: Daniel Terdiman
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