Tuesday, April 6, 2010

quick storyboard drawing

Everyone storyboards differently and there is no "correct" way of doing it. This is just my approach so that I can get my work done quickly and not worry about deadlines. This gives me the freedom to try lots of different things and not feel like I can't try something because it would take too long.


13 comments:

  1. This is pure productivity tip! Choosing a style that works just as much but takes a lot less time.

    Thanks for the blog

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  2. great tip. I agree with Fabio: productivity. who needs detail at an early stage anyway? great blog btw

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  3. Do you think this applies much more to Feature boarding than TV? Seems like more and more TV directors want the boards to be layouts.

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  4. Jim: This would not work in tv. But, from what I hear, in tv you would also have a script worked out. We just make a lot of stuff up while we draw, so for every scene you see, there may have been 50 other versions.

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  5. Great tip Rad. Saw How to train your dragon this weekend. Loved it!

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  6. thanks for the tip! the less structured images look more dynamic, too. :)

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  7. Excellent blog, top info. Thanks

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  8. Thanks for this Rad, you have to draw so much in story boarding that quickening your pen mileage can save hours. Great tip!

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  9. I love rough storyboard drawings, there's something so appealing about them ! Thanks again for this great tip !

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  10. Is this for the final storyboard or just the rough and first thumbnails?

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  11. this really saved my life for my first storyboard job. Thank you so much!

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