In the interview, Anthony talks about what it takes to be a storyboard artist, his work methods and process, the importance of developing a shorthand rapport between the storyboard artist and the director.
Below are excerpts of the interview discussing the visualization of the movie, some of Lin's storyboards and the related video of the chase sequence to compare and contrast. I have added my own comments to the action sequence under the storyboard.
|Compare these scenes to the filmed scenes in 2:44 - 3:50 of the video above. Note that between the initial conception of the scene and the final edited version there were many things added to this scene. Key point is that the visualization of a scene doesn't end with storyboards, it only begins with one.|
|These look like some of the scenes from 4:15-4:45. Notice the part where Brian avoids a car looks like the part where Roman dodged a car in between 2:35-2:42. Another Keypoint is storyboards allow you to come up with concepts that you can later mix and match once after considering the practicality and aesthetics of them.|