Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Story of the Storyboard

Lecture on how to write a story board:


A panel or series of panels of rough sketches outlining the scene sequence and major changes of action or plot in a production to be shot on film or video.

Tells you frame by frame of what will happen to the slides or movie

This is a sample excerpt of a story board, containing action or effects to take place in the movie or slide.

(Photo below) This is not a storyboard, maybe a brief, but still lacking of some infos that a brief should have, like mandatory (telling you what are staples in the movie or slide, like logos, taglines, color preference, logo placement (logos are supposed to be at the lower right but if reference dictates a different placement, it should be followed).

Blurred done in purpose

Correct and complete brief would result to a faster and efficient way of doing such ads, movies or slides, that's how agencies work, in sync.