Storyboards use a series of illustrations displayed in sequence to bring a script to life. Most often, storyboards are used to pre-visualize a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or website. We typically work with a script and discuss with the author how they see the copy coming to life on the screen. Our artists translate their words into pictures. Our storyboards are presented prior to production to insure the timing and story flow correctly. Changes made during the storyboarding process can save both time and money once production starts.

Below are several examples of our storyboards.

  • Great Big Giant Looming Secret
  • The Meanest Girl In Second Grade
  • Stat Crunchers
  • Pet Pals
  • Two Men and a Truck Version 1
  • Two Men and a Truck Version 2