We're supposed to deliver 12 observational drawings each semester, so almost everyone in the class has been busy drawing the last few weeks... :P
I finally managed to draw the last decent-looking  observational, and when Ii finally had all the ones I needed, I also finished another one (the glass) of the ones I wasn't as happy with, though it's not that good... But I'll just let it stay there, maybe I  won't have to draw as many next year :P

You can find the Observational Drawings under the Portraits on the Drawings page

I'll start off by letting you know that we parted up the projects in the group, in other words, I did the final on the storyboard, and also  did the pre-production for the animatic (cleaning up the pictures/files, and drawing extra pictures for animation (e.g. walks), and necessary backgrounds), Chris did the animatic, animating whatever he got from me, simply due to the fact that he's our After Effects master :3 And hat left Gustav to deal with the animatic. 
In other words we used each our "strengths" within the group - I did the drawing, Chris did the After Effects part, and Gustav got everything else :P Though from what I've understand modelling is really his strength...

And from what I've just written , you might think we didn't have anything to do with each other after parting, right? Well, we've actually been co-operating and talking together quite a lot, like as Fuse mentioned in his Storyboard post, with the layout of the house. We also decided together which shots to use in the previz :3

As far as I know, we don't have sound in our animatic... -.-'
But I guess it woud've enhanced what's actually going on if we had... Like the creaking sounds. 
Oh well - it IS called a Silent Burglayr (Et Lydløst Tyveri) th

Anyway, through having to fix practically every image and clean up and rename the layers, I do wish I'd done it right away... -.-'
I also understand that I should've done a few more interesting cameara angles. Oh well, lesson learned and all that, right? :3
Good thing we had Chris to make it all a bit more intresting... ^^

Click here to see the final Animatic :D

Since we used the pictures directly from the storyboard, we continued the gray-scale style. As long as you see the what's going on, there's no point whatsoever in having colours. Right? :3

All in all I'm really happy with the results, and the group worked out way better than I'd expected, considering I and Chris aren't exactly best friends on a regular basis. Yet, he was really nice to work with ^^
And none of us usually talk a lot with Gustav :P 
So really the entire group project thingie worked out really well ^^

As for the previz, with me and Chris dealing with the animatic, we left it to Gustav. Though we decided together on the shots, and we went with the part from where the Thief looks around on top of the bookcase, and then when he sits in the flower pot, shivering, and then to the part when he sees the silhouette of the policeman in the kitchen door opening as the policeman turns on the light. 
Finally done with the storyboard. Phew!
I had to redraw most of Fuse's storyboard drawings too, so now you know what I spent my weekend doing...
Anywayz, here's the final Storyboard panels:
The empty half pages are the gaps where each our parts ended - Page 1 and 2 is Fuse's, page 3 and 4 are Chris' and the last page is mine...
And just because I got the smallest part, don't think I got less to do, considering I've drawn the rest of the storyboard too.
As you can see, the drawings and background get sloppier throughout the storyboard - simply due to stress factor...
The boys did the text, aka. camera, descriptions and all that shait...

All in all I'm quite happy with the group and the way we worked things out... 
Only thing I can complain about is that I should've been more effective in the start... -.-' 
But that's entirely on me, so the group worked just fine^^ 
Though Fuse was a bit hard to get a hold of from time to time, but we worked it out :3
And we delivered on time xD

Oh - and here's my updated/rewritten Treatment:

"You know when you can't sleep, they always tell you to count sheep? Well think of the sheep..."
Imagine sheep jumping over a fence, and behind them, there's a whole lot of other sheep waiting to jump. But in the line, there's a SMALL SHEEP. It looks around, at the other sheeps, it's obviously NERVOUS, as it does little practice jumps in the line. 
When it's the small sheep's turn, it hesitates, before it starts to run towards the fence, but stumbles on the way, and has to start over. Some of the other sheeps shakes their head about it, some roll their eyes. The small sheep starts to run toward the fence again, but forgets to jump, and runs headfirst into the fence. The other sheep starts to get annoyed and impatient. The small sheep goes back to the line, starts over again, and this time it remembers to jump, but doesn't jump hig enough, and gets stuck on top of the fence. 
When it gets down on the ground again, it sighs, annoyed that it cant get over the fence. 
As we move a bit backwards, one can see that the fence ends right out of our previous view, and the small sheep walks around it, triumphantly.