True Art is a perfect balance, when adding or subtracting any part would ruin the whole. The same applies to perfect storytelling.
What are the 4 questions you should always ask at your first storyboard launch meeting? Before starting working you should have a few points clear like:
Is inspiration something that comes to us or is it something we have to find? According to Stephen King…
How do we find and create comedy? Some great examples can help us clarify what we should look for:
This is a key concept to understand in filmmaking. As storyboard artists, we are in charge to decide what image comes before or after another (juxtaposition).
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HOW TO GET FEEDBACK AND NETWORK AT EXPO/CONVENTIONS As professional storytellers, we might want to go to expos or conventions, trying to get some portfolio feedback. And as the first Lightbox Expo is coming up on September 6th, I thought this could be a good time to share some tips! I was at the last…
Taking complex things and simplify them to their core is one of the hardest things to do. Whether in design or storytelling, it takes years to master this skill. In the first draft of a story, we will put on the page all the information that we will instinctively feel should be told. Yet, the…
I find that even many people who work in animation end up asking “what does a storyboard revisionist do??”. So, I thought it would be interesting to talk about it a bit, especially for students and those who are just starting out in the animation industry.
Welcome to The Storyteller Chronicles, were we will talk about not just the art, but also the business of storytelling.