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On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 11:01 PM, Bernard Roddy <tactilecor...@gmail.com>
wrote:

>
> Hi Mark:
>
> Doesn't this query raise the question of what experimental is?  Looking at
> this invite, I could only bring to mind the task of creating what is called
> an exposure sheet.  And this I found to be a very interesting dimension of
> shooting animation that I wanted to say is "experimental."  That is to say,
> the experiment involved finding a way to shoot the damn thing.  So I have
> several folders of the schuduling I devised, the means by which I could
> manage to shoot in such a way that I hoped to create the effect I wanted.
> In short, this should not be a question of story boarding applied to drawn
> scenes.
>
> Bernie
>
>
> - - - - -
>
> Hey all,
> I try to avoid these 'pick your brain' queries, but I'm stymied.  Here goes:
>
> Filmmaker/Professors: anyone know of an anthology (or just a couple of)
> experimental animation scripts? All I'm finding in terms of animation
> scripts is more conventional fare.  Looking to share some with my students.
>
> Mark Streetwww.markstreetfilms.com
>
>
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