As a gift for joining we want to give you the Story Artist Checklist, the guide that every story artist should have to avoid the most common storyboard errors and learn how to self edit your visual storytelling. One of the most important skills a story artist should have is that of "self editing" and to be able to spot the lazy visual choices that will flatten compositions and take the life out of a dynamic storyboard scene.
StoryboardArt members get:
Access to our Story Resources
With pro guides on jobs, portfolios, book recommendations and more. Get peer to peer feedback on your work and improve your storyboarding skills in our story forums.
Free video tutorials
Hours of free tutorials and workshops by story pros. Learn about the film language, software, and business practices rarely talked about in traditional learning environments.
Insights from industry pros
Live Q&A hang-outs with the likes of Sam Hood, Tim Burgard, Sergio Paez,and Robert Valley… i.e. some of the most elite story educators in the world.
Exclusive course content
Be the first to know about upcoming workshops and intensive seminars. Affordable and fun online courses that will give you the edge in your story career.
I wanted to let you know that I enjoyed and learned so much about story and how important it is in any artistic endeavor. I'm a graphic designer looking to transition into motion design and realize how important storyboarding is. Even in graphic design I now look at my compositions in this way. Thank you for offering such a class and from pros like yourselves!Cassia Dominguez
I wanted to take the time to thank you for both the portfolio review and your workshop. To catch a review with you I ditched the line for a studio's portfolio review, and honestly, it was 100% worth it. I'll be working on what I learned for my action scenes and be more active on storyboardart.org forums from now on.Henrique Jardim