Storyboarding for People Who Can’t Draw (Watch Video)

July 3, 2017

If you can draw a stick figure, you can storyboard.

With so many incredible storyboard artists out there, it can be easy to believe that storyboards have to be perfect works of art to be effective. However, the most important thing about storyboarding is that you can interpret what you’ve drawn and can translate your drawings into the images you want.

This video by Indy Mogul shows that you don’t have to be an incredible artist to storyboard effectively. It covers the basics of storyboarding, explaining how to best communicate a vision even with limited artistic skills.

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