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Time To Break Out Creatively and Break Into Hollywood!
The New Year is a great time to get one’s priorities in order. It’s a perfect starting point to get working on that new script, webseries or [...]
Do The Pros Storyboard?
The best of the best use storyboards… to shape their cinematic visions on the biggest projects. Sometimes filmmakers need convincing that the best [...]
Versatility is a Key Component In Preproduction
Media professionals often work on several projects at the same time. This calls for creative versatility especially during preproduction. Directors, [...]
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 storyboards [...]
Original Content Is On The Rise II: Start Storyboarding
Storyboard your original content Recently, we wrote a post about why, as a writer, director or producer, now is an amazing time to be an original content [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 – [...]