The characters involved are the Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood. Draw a standard model sheet for each of them. Take your cues for the expressions and attitudes directly from the script.
This sequence takes place just outside Grandmas cottage and inside the bedroom. The cottage is a Tudor style building, similar to the cottage in Snow White. Lots of carved wood beams. Outside, it is summer time, there are flowered bushes and the forest surrounding the cottage. The interior of the cottage, the bedroom is 15 x 20 and has a canopy bed, a dresser with a mirror and chair, a chest of drawers, a rocking chair, side table with a lamp, and a small bookshelf. There is a closet, a couple of windows, a door to another room and the door to the outside. The walls can be covered in wall paper. Draw two opposing views of the location.
Be sure to provide enough elements to create an interesting composition within all the possible camera angles that might be encountered later in the storyboard stage.
The Wolf enters Grandmas cottage and chases Grandma out. The Wolf then puts on her nightgown and jumps into bed. Red knocks on the door and the Wolf calls her to come in. Red enters and confronts the Wolf.
This sequence begins as Red knocks on the door of the cottage.
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