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Storyboards: Key to The Master Plan

Storyboards Effect Every Stage of Production. The best films are made from the ground up. You lay down a comprehensive base of ideas, script and storybords to set yourself up for a successful shoot. Sometimes though we don’t even realize that while we’re working in preproduction, that work and those storyboards are going to help […]

Original Content Is On The Rise II: Start Storyboarding

Recently, we wrote a post about why, as a writer, director or producer, now is an amazing time to be an original content creator and developer. If we were unable to convince you before that storyboarding was important, check out these latest news items which show that millions upon millions of production dollars are being […]

StoryBoard Artist Aspect Overlays

StoryBoard Artist StoryBoard Artist makes it easy for you to create storyboards that can span every medium. No matter what you are working on, you can select your aspect ratio and get to work. That said, sometimes your work may be viewed on different devices. You might want to see what it will look like […]

Printing PDF files from StoryBoard Artist

There are many ways to share your storyboards and cinematic vision when you have the power of StoryBoard Artist. One of the most popular ways to exchange ideas is via email – it’s fast, easy and everyone has it. Printing PDF files of your StoryBoard Artist project is a great way to make it accessible […]

New Version Update of StoryBoard Artist Available!

We continue to improve our line of storyboard software applications with new versions and update to StoryBoard Quick,  and StoryBoard Artist. Many of our updates are free and available right inside your application! Check for updates after you launch your application. It’s easy to find out if you are on the latest version, just follow […]

Looking for StoryBoard Artist Help?

We know you like StoryBoard Artist because it’s easy (and because you tell us)!  Easy-to-use and easy-to-learn – but that doesn’t mean we all can’t use a little extra help now and again. StoryBoard Artist help is here. Check out this quick video on how to access a number of resources to help you find […]

StoryBoard Quick Custom Storyboard Frame Borders

StoryBoard Quick’s custom storyboard frame borders gives your printed storyboards an added artistic touch. Using an easy and quick feature you can place the perfect frame on that perfect shot.  It’s fast and easy and there are many styles to choose from. You can find that perfect look so that every frame is perfect both […]

One-click Reverse Angle in Storyboard Artist Studio

Let’s face it, storyboarding a “conversation” can be tedious.  Especially if you’re doing the old-fashioned, out-of-style way of hand drawing your boards!  After finish the first angle you’ve got to start all over to create the reverse angle…doesn’t that seem like a waste of time? Well, in the new StoryBoard Artist Studio we’ve made it […]

Storyboard Myths Busted (part II)

In Part I of Storyboard Myths Debunked we talked about how you don’t need to be an amazing artist to create amazing storyboards – AND – that you no longer need to have a giant film budget to create storyboards…the necessary element of a successful and polished production. Now, enjoy Part II of StoryBoard Myths […]

Storyboard Myths Busted

You have your script, you’re working on funding and casting and you’re all set to begin production on your film or video.  If you don’t have storyboards, you’re missing a critical element to both your preproduction preparation as well as every phase of your project. There are some misconceptions about storyboards though, and maybe that […]

StoryBoard Quick imports Final Draft – new video

Put Final Daft 8 scripts into StoryBoard Quick 6.1

Inspiration for your next project

When you’re between projects, on hiatus or on vacation, it’s a great time to think about your next story for a film project. If you’re not already familiar with Ted.com (and we don’t mean the movie by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane) …Ted.com is a great place to get some inspiration. And if you’re ready […]










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