"I storyboard every sequence that I work on. It’s all storyboarded ahead of time so that we have a minimum of waste. We were always working on tight budgets so we have to have a minimum of waste. We seldom overshoot if we can help it."-- Ray Harryhausen (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Ray Harryhausen – Monster Maker

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“I storyboard every sequence that I work on. It’s all storyboarded ahead of time so that we have a minimum of waste. We were always working on tight budgets so we have to have a minimum of waste. We seldom overshoot if we can help it.”Ray Harryhausen

Source: Chris Neumer

 

BlueisKewl: Earth vs. the Flying Saucers 1956

 

 

"I think it’s the thought of trying to bring something to life, an inanimate object to life. Maybe it’s a Frankenstein complex, or a Zeus complex. The fascination is if you can capture on film what you have in your mind, well, you’re animating. That’s half the charm; waiting for the rushes the next day to see if you did capture it." -- Ray Harryhausen (Bizarre Los Angeles)“I think it’s the thought of trying to bring something to life, an inanimate object to life. Maybe it’s a Frankenstein complex, or a Zeus complex. The fascination is if you can capture on film what you have in your mind, well, you’re animating. That’s half the charm; waiting for the rushes the next day to see if you did capture it.” — Ray Harryhausen

Source: Chris Neumer

 

 

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