olour scripts serve a functional purpose in animation. Due to the nonlinear production process of computer animation, the director needs all the clues he can get as to what the finished image might look like on the screen. The colour script is an early attempt to map out the colour, lighting, emotion and moods in a film.
This is fantastic reader's theater script for the book, "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" by Dr. Seuss. This would be the perfect end of school reader's theater script! It would be perfect for almost any grade level. The script features 25 parts.
Lou Romano likes to get involved! During his time at Pixar, he worked as a production designer, concept artist and voice-over artist on features such as Up and Ratatouille, and he won a prestigious Annie Award for his design work on The Incredibles. He spared us some time to talk about colour script