Storyboard Artist

Hitchcock’s Storyboards from 13 Classic Films

Hitchcock was known for his extensive storyboarding down to the finest detail of production. He was reported to have never even bothered looking through the viewfinder, since he didn’t need to do so. Looking at his storyboards versus the finial film it’s safe to say that is a vast overstatement.Read More

500 Storyboard Tutorials & Resources

Once the script is written – how do you effective communicate the visual direction of your film? The answer is storyboards – essentially a scene-by-scene visual guide to the screenplay of the film. Read More

110 Celtx Tutorials

In the world of open source filmmaking programs, nothing comes close to competing with Celtx. It is the essential all-in-one media pre-production software package that combines script writing, scheduling, storyboarding and much more all in to one software package.Read More

The Raven Storyboard Contest has teamed up with Celtx, the creator of our favorite open-source filmmaking tool to give you the opportunity to enter the Dark Gothic World of Edgar Allan Poe. Here’s your chance to really show off your screenwriting and pre-visualizing skills by adapting and storyboarding Poe’s poem “The Raven.”Read More

Autodesk Sketchbook for iPad and iPhone Review

Alan Natale of Tech Burrito demonstrates the Autodesk Sketchbook Pro for the iPad ($7.99 in the iTunes App Store). This could be a very useful tool not only for creating storyboards, but sharing them digitally and instantly with the entire crew. If I where Wacom, I think I would be a little nervous. Read More

22 Filmmaking Apps for the iPad & iPhone

For this feature we have rounded up some of the best and most useful Filmmaking Apps that our Deal Leader Steve Jobs has approved for the App Store. As more filmmakers explore the possibilities with these powerful mobile devices, we are sure this list will continue to grow.Read More

Danny Yount on Designing Film and TV Title Sequences

Designer and director, Danny Yount had “35 jobs before I knew what I wanted to do, which was design.” He didn’t go to school and taught himself photography and design. Since setting off on his chosen path he has created some of the most inspiring and lauded title sequences in television and film, his portfolio Read MoreRead More

The Previsualization Society is founded.

Cross-Disciplinary Community to Focus on the Development of Previsualization LOS ANGELES, CA (September 30, 2009) — The Previsualization Society, a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization dedicated to the advancement of previsualization (“previs”), was officially announced today. Founded by previs practitioners for those who produce or use previs, the Previsualization Society will build a community to maximize the current and future Read MoreRead More

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