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[Storyboard](http://art.southern.edu/animation/) section on film about Jesus Christ The former animator and director from Disney ([size=1]Hendel Butoy[size=1]) is [/size]"developing a full length animated feature on the life of Jesus using computer generated imagery."[/size] [b][u]Storyboard Sites[/u][/b]
[li]atomiccartoons[/li][li]don bluth[/li][li]dicomics[/li][li]thestoryboardartist[/li][li]famousframes[/li][li]thefilmartis (Updated Link)[/li][li]frameworks[/li][li]storyboardsinc[/li][li]storyboardsonline[/li][li]tedbstudio[/li][li]tothfans[/li][li]animation corner studio (thanks to Chopster )[/li][li]storyboardart[/li][li]dan milligan[/li][li]sbdoc[/li][li]artistlogic[/li][li]eddiepittman[/li][/ol]Movies (Dvds that have storyboards in the extras section)
[li]Hellboy (2004) (has a section of the animation procedure with an animatic)[/li][li]House of Daggers (2005) (5 comparative sections)[/li][li]Spirit:Stallion of the Cimmaron (2002) (also a good step by step of how to draw Spirit)[/li][li][color=white]The Clone Wars vol. 1 dvd [/color][/li][li]Gladiator(one of the best storyboard sections iv seen so far I would buy the dvd just for the extras section)[/li][li]Team America (drawing is not that good, but boards none the less)[/li][li]Steam Boy (fom director of Akira, some nice production shots and art)[/li][li]TOY STORY dvd speacial section(has boards and a pitch of the boards)[/li][li]Shrek(has a story pitch also)[/li][li]Blackhawkdown(storyboards and a good commentaries section)[/li][li]Man in The Iron Mask (storyboard/concept art)[/li][li]Family Guy season 4 DVD [/li][li]Cliff Hanger (4 good sections of comparative storyboards)[/li][/ul] Books
[li]Analyzing Storyboards by Giuseppe Cristano[/li][li]Don Bluth’s Art Of Storyboard[/li][li]Exploring Storyboarding[/li][li]Storyboarding 101: A Crash Course in Professional Storyboarding by James Fraioli[/li][/ul]Camera Shots(Basic description of camera moves)
[b][u]Misculaneous Info[/u]:[/b]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. [u]Average Production Amount (Artwork)[/u] : "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](http://www.thefilmartist.com/index.html)) [b][u]Average Production Amount (Pay)[/u]:[/b] "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](http://www.thefilmartist.com/index.html)) [u][b]Storyboard Artist Profile:[/b][/u] [http://www.jobprofiles.org/artfilm4.htm](http://www.jobprofiles.org/artfilm4.htm) [u][b]Downloadable Stuff:[/b] [/u]
[li]Favorite Camera Shots [/li]
[li]Storyboard thread by Rebecca Kimmel[/li][/ol]Other Misc.:Interesting blog by artist who work in the Industry