Somehow I goofed up my template which has kept me from posting for a bit. Anyway I reset it and now I can finally post this (although Jerry Beck already scooped me):
I've never attended a panel discussion at Comic Con and so I was amazed when I clicked here and saw how many of these panels are schedules for Thursday alone. It's amazing how many they do each day! How do they have enough room for all of these?
Anyway, take a look at this one scheduled for Thursday morning:
11:00-12:00 The Disney Animation Story Process— Nathan Greno (head of story, Bolt), Don Hall (head of story, The Princess and the Frog), Mark Kennedy (head of story, Rapunzel), Joe Mateo (story artist, Bolt), Michael LaBash (story artist, Bolt), Paul Briggs (story artist, The Princess and the Frog), and Josie Trinidad (story artist, The Princess and the Frog) offer an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look into the story process at Walt Disney Animation Studios. Coming together exclusively at Comic-Con, these story team leaders will take you from first concept to final story approval as they discuss the art of storyboarding, re-create story pitches, and share boarding styles from their upcoming animated features. Don't miss this revealing and humorous panel and your chance to get a sneak peek at Disney's next animated feature, Bolt! Room 32AB
I also found this one, listed within all of the other stuff planned for Saturday:
2:30-3:30 Disney Pixar: Bolt and UP—For superdog Bolt, every day is filled with adventure, danger and intrigue, at least until the cameras stop rolling. Be the first to see exclusive animation as directors Chris Williams and Byron Howard present the new 3D comedy-adventure from Walt Disney Animation Studios! Then it's UP: From the inventive storytellers that have taken you into the worlds of space, toys, and superheroes comes the extraordinary adventure that will take you to a lost world where anything can happen, and everything will. Meet director Peter Docter (Monsters, Inc.) as he presents the first-ever look at Disney Pixar's new animated 3D adventure comedy, UP. Hall H
I'm really hoping I can make it to this Thursday panel so I can talk like I'm scheduled to. In any case, if you're at all interested in animation and/or storyboarding you ought to make an effort to check these out!