How To: Draw storyboards

Draw storyboards

Gus Russel explains how storyboarding can be used to illustrate what a movie might be like. He has been given the task of drawing a frame for each page of a 130 page movie script. Story boarding gives the author a general idea of how the movie will come together, how the characters will look, etc. Russel shows the audience how to quickly draw a quality sketch, and how to shade it properly. The sketches do not function to show exactly what will happen in each scene, but rather what "might" happen in each scene!

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