Floor/Ground Plan Exercises

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[old] new page and my own experiments with Dynamic HTML (DHTML), therefore could be errors! (Everything Java).

Name your Project


Use images you NEED! I'll post more!

Select the background (list):

Select props (list) [pull-down menu (not in yet) -- I have to find furniture and etc.]

If the page is a problem, go for a mirror page at Floor Plan Exercises at Tripod (Film Site)

Move figures around (on your right, stage left.
If you work on NS computer, press "print page"
If not, print from your menu.
Bring your draft to class!
New Sites
Print it,
so I know when you did your homework!

That's right I didn't update this page. I am not that advanced in webbing; maybe somebody else can develop online floor plan exercises. If you have it or saw, let me know -- I would like to use it! Anatoly


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See and do the floor plan exer. first! All 9 squares should be used!

Director and Directing pages in Theatre Theory directory.

Space and Time in Theatre.

Chronotope + Chronotope for Actors in Biomechanics.

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Files from (new) DOC directory (handouts) -- print for class!

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In the Spring 2003 I made this page for mise-en-scene practice, but do it in class with 3D models, or on paper.

I Film Directing we spend a lot of time on storyboarding; I recommend stage directors to learn this technique -- you do not have to story your show "shot-by-shot," but all good directors do use drawings. "Visualization"! In directing everything goes, as long as your cast and crew can get it fast.

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