Numerous AI tools have been released this year with the aim of eliminating storyboard artists. The animation industry needs to respond.
Director Patrick Imbert talks us through the staging of a single scene in his mountaineering epic.
What does it take to make it as a storyboard artist? The people behind “Summer Camp Island,” “Apple & Onion,” and “The Amazing World of Gumball” give advice.
The storyboarding process was developed by animation artists, but it’s the live-action feature “Parasite” that will get its storyboards published as a graphic novel.
Sam Spina’s comic reveals the joys, anxieties, and endless procrastination that his career involves. Read it here.
A unique look at “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” at its earliest stages.
In just ten minutes, L.A. artist Toniko Pantoja walks you through everything you need to know about creating an industry-worthy story portfolio for feature and tv animation.
A new piece of software – both free and open source – wants to upend the market for digital storyboarding applications. Meet Storyboarder.
Boords promises to let you create and share storyboards more easily than ever before.
Web-based collaboration on storyboards and animatics takes a leap forward with the new app, Shottio.
A simple question with a surprisingly complex answer.
Here’s an inevitable product of our time: custom-designed storyboard pads for people creating content specifically on iPads and iPhones.