Sinnertwin wrote:Which leads me to my next point:
Using a storyboard to reinforce a point?
I really dont meen to sound rude, and believe me I know this will come off as rude and nasty.........so please forgive me in advanced.....
...but you need to brush up on your reading comprehension skills.You are confusing 2 different types of debates.
Henry921's post was a question on what the creators INTENDED for the film.So my reply to him is based on evidence from the films production phase.
Your question to me was not on creator intent but on what I thought I when I saw 2 robots lying on the ground in the finished film.So my reply to you is based on evidence on the finished film.
It clearly specifies Windcharger and another Autobot on the floor dead. I can't imagine them being clearer.
and yet it proves nothing when used in a debate about the finished film.
if you want to prove the character did in fact die, you need to find evidence from within the narrative, from within the universe...as if you were ,yourself, living inside their world.
No scripts, used or not used, no story boards, no interviews with directors, writers,creators animators.
The only evidence that can solve a story element must come from the actual finished story or an official squeals, in this case season 3.
Irrespective of who's laying down next to Windcharger on the storyboards, Smokescreen, Bluestreak ... Windcharger is the common denominator. Compare the storyboard and the finished product, Windcharger's in all of the shots for that scene from conception to finished product.
which again is irrelevant.
if any aspect of the story boards are change by trhe time it goes into production it makes all the boards as useless in debates about the finished product.
common denominator or not..... compare the storyboard and the finished film from conception to finished product..............a major change
was made to this scene.
not to mention all the other changes made from storyboard to finished product.
On the contrary, it's there in black and white, and on celluloid. They just forgot to paint them gray.
On the contrary, its no where to be found in any evidence of value to this debate.,
so again I say.........you can believe what you want, but your story board example doesnt help prove your case.