Definition of storyboard
: a panel or series of panels on which a set of sketches is arranged depicting consecutively the important changes of scene and action in a series of shots (as for a film, television show, or commercial)
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Besson and his artists, illustrators, and designers spent three years developing the concept art for Valerian, 18 months on the storyboards.
For the commercial, AdWeek reports there was no script or storyboard.
To create that illusion, filmmakers first build storyboards — sequences of drawings that illustrate the dinosaurs' actions and the camera positions in every shot.
The Stories in Motion camp shows how to brainstorm and storyboard and learn camera angles and editing with iMovie.
De La Torre and Kim spend a lot of their time creating storyboards for mission proposal books, which create visual aids for mission planners and can be the length of a short novel.
Obviously the director, but also cast members and below-the-line crew members, key contributors like Jim Byrkit's storyboards, Crash Davis and his creature design, etc.
Frame-by-frame comparisons between finished films and Michelson's storyboards provide powerful evidence of those sketches' significance.
Harold, the storyboard-artist husband, and Lillian, the film-researcher wife, were a prolific team whose careers are being profiled in Daniel Raim’s documentary.
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STORYBOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of storyboard for English Language Learners
: a series of drawings or pictures that show the changes of scenes and actions for a movie, television show, etc.
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