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Saul Bass, storyboard for the iconic shower scene in Hitchcock's seminal horror film Psycho (1960), at the Kemistry Gallery in London.

Saul Bass, storyboard for the iconic shower scene in Hitchcock's seminal horror film Psycho at the Kemistry Gallery in London.

I imagine the animation (or film in this case) to be fast-paced in this particular scene. This is just an assumption taken from the lines that are used to show the direction of travel, I imagine that if they were travelling slowly, there wouldn't be as many lines.

The linework in this provides a great sense of direction and the different tones set the mood. I like the POV shots and the wide shots that set the location. Great detail on the faces too to convey emotion.

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giancarlovolpe: Hey kids! If you’re a filmmaker, animator, or storyboard artist and you don’t know what screen direction is, you might want to read this.

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