More thought is put into visualizing the actual layout so that everyone will know exactly what is being planned and can judge if it will work properly. Changes still can be made, but they generally are confined to small things, such as extending the drawing so a slight pan move can be used, or moving a piece of furniture to make more room for the character in the scene. This method works best if the layout man has had enough time to plan the staging for the whole sequence.
Also contributed by Ken Anderson, the idea here is to stimulate everyone to the possibilities in a situation and a locale, giving the director, layout man, and animators a chance to choose the staging and layout each liked best. Ken inspired us with the possibilities in the visual presentation, going far beyond business and staging.
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