Saturday, March 15, 2014

Dragon Ball Z: Sequence Study

This is a study of a scene I liked, there are lots of close and panaromic shots which make it very dymanic. Also interesting to see the how often frames are held for longer than even 3 frames, because you'd normally assume that action is done on ones. That's why I'm looking at this show at the moment, because a lot of the techniques used nowadays were invented back in the days. Going to the roots to learn! :)

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