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  12 December 2004
Question Story Board Sites (UPDATE 27) = Updated whole Thread

My Website
dldesign75@gmail.com
note: New material in red.


Storyboard section on film about Jesus Christ
The former animator and director from Disney
(Hendel Butoy) is "developing a full length animated feature
on the life of Jesus using computer generated imagery."


Storyboard Sites



  1. atomiccartoons
  2. don bluth
  3. dicomics
  4. thestoryboardartist
  5. famousframes
  6. thefilmartis (Updated Link)
  7. frameworks
  8. storyboardsinc
  9. storyboardsonline
  10. tedbstudio
  11. tothfans
  12. animation corner studio (thanks to Chopster )
  13. storyboardart
  14. dan milligan
  15. sbdoc
  16. artistlogic
  17. eddiepittman
Movies (Dvds that have storyboards in the extras section)
  • Hellboy (2004) (has a section of the animation procedure with an animatic)
  • House of Daggers (2005) (5 comparative sections)
  • Spirit:Stallion of the Cimmaron (2002) (also a good step by step of how to draw Spirit)
  • The Clone Wars vol. 1 dvd
  • Gladiator(one of the best storyboard sections iv seen so far I would buy the dvd just for the extras section)
  • Team America (drawing is not that good, but boards none the less)
  • Steam Boy (fom director of Akira, some nice production shots and art)
  • TOY STORY dvd speacial section(has boards and a pitch of the boards)
  • Shrek(has a story pitch also)
  • Blackhawkdown(storyboards and a good commentaries section)
  • Man in The Iron Mask (storyboard/concept art)
  • Family Guy season 4 DVD
  • Cliff Hanger (4 good sections of comparative storyboards)
BooksCamera Shots(Basic description of camera moves)
1)www.digipuppet.com

Misculaneous Info:this info was taken form a email sent to me by a pro story board artist
These numbers are taken from a few professional storyboard artist and not to be taken as a standard.

Average Production Amount (Artwork) :
"It's good that you practice speed drawing, though. Just so you know, for commercial work, you're expected to draw anywhere from 20-30 boards in an 8 hour day. Basically, you have to time yourself and get through each frame within 10-15 minutes. Sometimes, if you're lucky, you're only expected to draw 15-20 frames per day and you can spend a little more time on them - make them look pretty. I'm glad you liked the tutorial - hopefully when I have time I'll put up another one."charruga(HIS WEB SITE:http://www.thefilmartist.com/index.html)

Average Production Amount (Pay):
"commercials $650/day, film $2,000-$3,500/week (though there's a lot of low- budget work out there that can only mangage to pony up about $1000/week). I'd say the MINIMUM output you should have on a commercial is 25 storyboards completed per day, and anywhere from 30-50 boards completed for a film (I've did one job where I had to do literally 80 boards in one day, though situations like that are very rare)". charruga(HIS WEB SITE:http://www.thefilmartist.com/index.html)

Storyboard Artist Profile:
http://www.jobprofiles.org/artfilm4.htm

Downloadable Stuff:
  1. www.dependentfilms.net
  2. www.celtx.com
Interesting Threads:
  1. Favorite Camera Shots

  2. Storyboard thread by Rebecca Kimmel
Other Misc.:Interesting blog by artist who work in the Industry
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Last edited by PENCIL-SLINGER : 09 September 2008 at 01:48 AM. Reason: UPDATED Link Section
 
  12 December 2004
i havent see anything but havent looked much, what are the 2 links you found, would love to check it out
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  12 December 2004
for all things animation related go to www.animationmeat.com

here is a site gallery with storyboard samples

http://www.atomiccartoons.com/samples.html


http://www.renegadecartoons.com/story.html
click the bulk register link. more storyboards

i know more are out there. i'll post them as I find them
 
  01 January 2005
I like Don Bluth's site. It's where I got started.

http://www.donbluth.com/academy.html
 
  01 January 2005
Check amazon.com for a book by Marcie Begleiter on Storyboarding.


Michael
 
  01 January 2005
storyboard sites i have found

thank you all for the sites,the two i found are :http://www.dicomics.com/storyboardschool/eng/index.htm
and the other one is:http://thestoryboardartist.com/
 
  01 January 2005
storyboarding site

Hey everyone. I'm a professional storyboard artist. Check out my portfolio site and let me know what you think!

www.TheFilmArtist.com

Also, check out www.dmoz.com and do a search for the storyboards category. Cheers!
 
  02 February 2005
Storyboards Tutorial

I added a tutorials section to my portfolio website. Check it out. It's still in it's beta phase but I'm hoping to add many more tutorials soon.

http://www.thefilmartist.com/Pages/...s_tutorial.html
 
  02 February 2005
Hi, i made a short movie called tonka http://www.tonka3d.com.br In this link you can see the animation, is an yellow character in a funny jungle.
And here are the making of, sorry but is not in english. You can see the storyboard and the animatic. http://www.tonka3d.com.br/esp.html

I remember a good storyboard on the short movie pompom but i cant remember the site right now.
 
  05 May 2005
Saam Studio

Hi there,

If you need us we're here ! http://www.saamstudio.com

Best,
Samantha

Last edited by saamstudio : 07 July 2006 at 09:10 PM.
 
  06 June 2005
Question where is

where is the last samurai story board.......?
 
  06 June 2005
Smile

Hey everyone! I'm going to be entering my senior year in college as an Illustration Major...As apart of one of my courses I need to find a mentor in any relative field in art. I've lately become really interested in concept design and storyboarding, and I would love to learn all the ins and outs of this field. Can anyone recommend any artist I should look into?
 
  07 July 2005
In the "Studio" section at Animation Corner, they have a category called "Project Development" where they showcase Storyboards and Animatics.

http://www.animationcorner.com


Here's a direct link to that section:
http://www.animationcorner.com/studio/index.php?cat=6

Last edited by Chopster : 07 July 2005 at 01:02 AM.
 
  07 July 2005
i think that the shrek 1 or 2 dvds have storyboards too
 
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