PROGRESSION IMAGE 1 OF 6: STORYThis storyboard was drawn by story artists Rosana Sullivan and Gleb Sanchez-Lobashov, both members of the Story team for “The Good Dinosaur.” Storyboards are drawn by story artists for the purpose of pre-visualizing the film and to convey a rough sense of how the story unfolds. This storyboard, from a sequence called “Above the Clouds,” is one of approximately 154,061 boards drawn for the film, of which 87,748 were delivered to the Editorial team. The storyboarding process, in the form it is known today, was developed at Walt Disney Studios during the early 1930s. ©2015 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.
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PROGRESSION IMAGE 6 OF 6: LIGHTING AND FINAL IMAGEThe Lighting department is responsible for integrating all of the elements – characters, sets, cloth and hair, and effects – into a final image. The lighting process involves placing virtual light sources into the scene to illuminate the characters and the set. Technical artists set up the lighting to draw the audience's eye to story points and to create the correct mood in a scene. The images are then rendered at high resolution. For every second of the film, there are 24 lit frames, each including over 2 million pixels. ©2015 Disney•Pixar. All Rights Reserved.