Process, episode six of the Mandalorian documentary is short at about 18 and a half minutes.
Technology talk is back this time it is used to create story boards. The characters of Mandalorian get drawn and a computer animates it. This is known as pre vis (pre-visualization).
This allows all involved in the show to where the story board scenes play out. And if any adjustments or rewrites need to occur it can be done before the cameras roll.
Jon Favreau used this mapping when he did the Jungle Book and the Lion King and wanted to use it again for the show.
And pre vis is also good for visualizing scenes that have to have special and visual effects done. So all involved in the show just like with the
I think this episode should have been folded into an earlier episode. And if Disney decides to continue Gallery with another program, I would suggest making it a single program and skip breaking it up.
There is much I find interesting in each episode including this one and I do learn things I never knew before. However, the execution like this dims this first season from being really good. I shall see if my feelings change after episode eight airs and I share my thoughts on the entire documentary.