October 23, 2015 at 11:50 AM #12209
Here is the link to my storyboarding portfolio. Tell me what you think: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2si80H31r5mbDhLUVh3S185cTQ/view?usp=sharingNovember 16, 2015 at 10:49 PM #12381
Thank you so much for posting your work here! This is your first step to getting some solid feedback on taking your boards to that next level! I took a quick look at your boards and I see that you would benefit from incorporating a perspective grid in your frames. What this does is establish a sense of depth; it’s important to those reading your boards that you have a foreground, background, and middle. I think it’s important to think that with each box is the what you would see inside a camera as you are filming. We have a great free 60 minute course right here to go over how to establish perspective grids in each of your shots! https://storyboardart.org/free-video-perspective-storyboards/
We tell those who are starting out that to keep that pencil on that paper! It’s all about “pencil mileage” draw, draw, draw! We are looking to provide more education workshops in the very near future so keep an eye out for free portfolio sample reviews and webinars on storyboard foundations.
A great con to go to that is coming up over the weekend in Burbank is CTN Animation Expo: http://www.ctnanimationexpo.com/ it’s a great place to bring your portfolio ask questions to those at the artist tables. Check out who is going to be doing panels on storyboards a go to them.
I encourage you to feel free to contact us if you have any specific questions as we are happy to answer anything you might need asked. I would also check out some of the great books we have; like Sergio’s intro ebook: https://storyboardart.org/art-storyboarding-e-book-details/ it is full of helpful tid bits that will really keep you thinking when you are boarding!
Keep boarding on!
Anthony Luis Rivera
The Art of Visual Storytelling!November 17, 2015 at 8:55 AM #12386
Thanks for the feedback Anthony! I actually showed my stuff to another storyboard artist who has taken a class on storyboardart.org and she said the same thing, so now I know what I need to work on.
Again thanks so muchNovember 17, 2015 at 6:15 PM #12387
So I watched the video you sent me and added perspective grids to my shots (except for the ones that didn’t need any) for my first storyboard example. I’ll add it to my second one as well if I feel like still including it in my portfolioJuly 24, 2019 at 5:08 AM #27808
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