Rad Sechrist: 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.




Bookmark and Share

6 comments:

Florian Satzinger said...

A simple and effective solution, wow! Thanks for sharing, Rad!

Nehemiah P. said...

Good reminder thanks!

Patrick Semple said...

hey man, thought this was deadly.

just wondering if in these speedy story boards have you found that some things might be lost for example acting.

or if you had free time at the end would you go back over the key shots and make sure they are hitting everything the way you want it to be.

cheers
P

pradeep said...

Paint rollers- Delhi/India based manufacturer, importer, wholesaler, trader and supplier of paint rollers , art paint brushes, paint brushes, paint roller brushes , paint brushes and rollers and provide quality paint brushes at very cheap rate in delhi/india.

Robert said...

I like this. I like the "permission" to do quick sketchy things.

But how do you explain this to a non-artist (who may be running the show)? Their the ones who panic when they see anything that looks unfinished and worry that they're not getting their money's worth.

How do you convince them that this works better?

Robert said...

oops, "their" should have been "they're"