Katz, S. D.
November 2003
Millimeter;Nov2003, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p41
Trade Publication
Delves into digital film design (DFD) and previsualization of a film's storyline. Categories of DFD; Features of the new previsualization program StoryBoard Lite; Advantages and disadvantages of using the FrameForge 3D Studio software; Future prospects of DFD and previsualization. INSET: MODEL AND TEXTURE DATABASES.


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