Works Referred to in Preparing "Storyboards: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words" Richard Alan Korb / Columbia University
A storyboard has a picture area for sketching in each scene.
On a storyboard, write in technical directions to accompany each scene. Outline the script or narration for the audio portion of each scene.
A storyboard is a dynamic planning document that will not exactly match the finished product.
A storyboard will probably be modified numerous times during the actual production process.
The storyboard can be rearranged to change the sequence of scenes or to make room for additional scenes to be inserted.
Some people use 3" X 5" index cards for a storyboard outline to facilitate changes.
Storyboards can also be created on the computer.
(Edited from http://eduscapes.com/seeds/planit.html)
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RAKorb / Columbia University /
CLI at Northwestern University, April 27, 2006
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