November 2015

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Hey! Today I am writing or actually, I'm sharing my Storyboard writing Notes With All Newbies Animators those who were looking to learn about storyboard writing technique.

Let's first understand What a is Storyboard?

Storyboards are graphic organizers such as a series of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of the pre-visualizing motion picture, animation, motion graphics, or interactive media sequence, including website interactivity.

Your storyboard will convey some of the following information :

  • What characters are in the frame, and how are they moving?
  • What are the characters saying to each other? if anything?
  • How much time has passed between the last frame of the storyboard and the current one?
  • Where the "camera" is in the scene? Close or far away? Is the camera moving?


  • The storyboarding process can be very tedious and intricate.
  • The form widely known today was developed at the Walt Disney Studio during the early 1920s.
  • In the biography of her father, The Story of Walt Disney(Henry Holt,1956), Diane Disney Miller explains that the first complete storyboard was created for the 1933 Disney short Three Little Pigs.
  • The first storyboard at Disney evolved from comic-book-like "Story sketches" created in the 1920s to illustrate concepts for animation cartoons short subjects such as Plane Crazy and Steamboat Willie.
  • One of the first live-action films to be completely storyboarded was Gone with the wind.


1. Film
A film storyboard is essentially a large comic of the film or some section of the film production beforehand to help film directors. Cinematographers and television commercial advertising clients visualize the scenes and find potential problems before they occur.Often storyboards include arrows or instructions that indicate movements.

In creating a motion picture with any degree of fidelity to a Script., a storyboard provides a visual layout of events as t
hey, are to be seen through the camera lens. And in the case of interactive media, it is the layout and sequence in which the user or viewer sees the content or information.  In the storyboarding process, most technical detail involved in crafting a film or interactive media project can be efficiently described either in a picture or in additional text.

Some Live-action film directors used storyboard extensively before taking the pitch to their funders, stating that it helps them get the figure they are looking for since they can show exactly where the money will be used. Animation directors are usually required to storyboard extensively, sometimes in place of writing a script. 

2. Theatres 
A common misconception is that storyboards are not used in theatres. They are frequently special tools that directors and playwrights use to understand the layout of the scene. 

3. Animatic
In animation and special effects work, the storyboarding stage may be followed by simplified mock-ups called “animatic” to give a better idea of how the scene will look and feel with motion and timing. At its simplest, an animatic is a series of still images edited together and displayed in sequence.  More commonly, a rough dialogue and/or rough soundtrack is added to the sequence of still images (usually taken from a storyboard) to test whether the sound and images are working effectively together.

This allows the animators and directors to work out any screenplay, camera positioning. Shot list and timing issues that may exist with the current storyboard.  The storyboard and soundtrack are amended if necessary, and a new animatic may be created and reviewed with the director until the storyboard is perfect.  Editing the film at the animatic stage can avoid animation of scenes that would be edited out of the film. The animation is usually an expensive process, so there should be a minimum of “deleted scenes “if the film is to be completed within budget.

Often storyboard is animated with simple zoom and pans to simulate camera movement. These animations can be combined with available animatic, sound effects, and dialogue to create a presentation of how a film could be shot and cut together.

An animatic is also used by advertising agencies to create inexpensive test commercials.  A variation, the “rip-o-Matic” is made from scenes of existing movies, television program, or commercial, to simulate the look and feel of the proposed commercial. Rip, in this sense, refers to ripping-off an original work to create a new one.

4. Photomatic
A Photomatic is a series of still photographs edited together and presented on the screen in a sequence. Usually, a voice-over,
Soundtrack and sound effects are added to the piece to create a presentation to show how a film could be shot and cut together.  Increasingly used by advertisers and advertising agencies to research the effectiveness of their proposed storyboard before committing to a ‘full up’ television advertisement.

The Photomatic is usually a research tool, similar to an animatic; in that, it represents the work to a test audience so that the commissioners of the work can gauge its effectiveness.

Originally, the photographer was taken using color negative film. A selection would be made from contact sheets and prints made. The prints would be placed on a rostrum and recorded to videotape using a standard video camera. Any moves, pans, or zooms would have to be made in-camera. The captured scenes could then be edited. Digital Photography, web access to stock photography, and nonlinear editing programs have had a marked impact on this way of filmmaking also leading to the term ‘digimatic’. Images can be shot and edited very quickly to allow important creative decisions to be made ‘live’. Photo composite animations can build intricate scenes that would normally be beyond many test film budgets. 

The term ‘Photomatic’ is probably derived from ‘animatic’ or photo-animation.

5. Comic Books 
Some writers have used storyboard type drawings for their scripting of comic books, often indicating staging of figures background and balloon placements with instruction to the artist as needed often scribbled in the margins and the dialogue/caption indicated.

6. Business
Storyboards were adapted from the film industry to business, purportedly by Howard Hughes of Hughes Aircraft. Today they are used by industry for planning ad campaigns, commercials, a proposal, or other projects intended to convince or compel to action.

A “quality storyboard “is a tool to help facilitate the introduction of a quality improvement process into an organization. Design

Comics are a type of storyboard used to include a customer or other character into a narrative.  Design comics are most often used in designing websites or illustrating product usage scenarios during design. 

7. Interactive media  
More recently the term storyboard has been used in the fields of web development, software development, and instructional design to present and describe, in written, interactive events as well as audio and motion, particularly on user interface and electronic pages.

I hope this article is a little bit helpful in understanding about storyboarding is and we will continue to know more about it in my next article. In my next article, we will learn about the benefits of storyboarding and creation, points to remember. Production storyboarding checklist and How do I make a storyboard? 

Hello Readers, Todays Article is for newbies graphic designers who really wants to earn some real online money and also want to earn while they's also help them to develop their designing skills and creativity.

Today we are talking about a Indian Tshirt designing or selling website named WYO (Wear YOUR Opinion) WYO merchandise is produced and sold by WYO.WYO features a wide variety of designs based on the current relevant Indian social & political subject matter. WYO Website offers a large number of product to sell like Tshirts ,Hoodies,Boxer Shorts ,Pyjamas,Wallets,Headgears and many more varieties. was registered 4 years 11 months ago. is ranked #64421 in the world, a low rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. Its primary traffic from India and is ranked #11,689 in India.. It is a domain having .in extension. This site has a Google PageRank of 2/10. It is estimated worth of $ 5.8 K.It has a daily unique visitor of almost 1k and daily pageview of 4.2 k.

WYO Also Invites Designers to submit their ideas and Designs under participate column on their website. One can submit their ideas,opinions and designs  that they would like to see out there. 
Not only this for each selected WYO shall pay the designer an :

- Remittance upto 1000 - 5000/- INR. Depending Upon The Idea, Artwork And Decision Of Designer Panel

- A free T Shirt. Yeppy !!:-)

- Credit to the Designer on the WYO Official website. Yeppy !!:-)Yeppy !!:-)

The Designer Can design on variety of themes like :

- Current and relevant events

- Indian Cities
- NRI’s ( WYO love them)
- Bollywood & Cricket (The quintessential Indian-ness)
- Indian customs, festivals, political system, marriages, jugaad etc etc.

You can submit Your Designs, Ideas and One Liners to: and if they sell WYO pay you for your design and WYO also says even if they don't sell you will get paid for your designs.

So what are you waiting for if you're a newbie graphic designer get start by submitting your unique ideas and designs to make your chance to earn real money with WYO .

Website : 
Can submit your designs  :

Doing freelance work is solely the most effective way to improve your skills and build up a portfolio if you’re a student or a brand new designer. However doing freelancing and building a online portfolio is not so easy task and its require a lot of time.

In the design industry it is very important to have a portfolio, so you need to build that up on your own. It’s a tough world of competition out there, nobody’s going to give you a hand unless you really are brilliant in your work.

Today we will talk about earning online working as a freelance graphic designing work online.
Recently I have discovered DesignCrowd a site for graphic designer to work online and compete with other designer around the world.

Let's talk HOW ITS WORKS ?

DesignCrowd is an online marketplace providing logo, website, print and graphic design services by providing access to freelance graphic designers and design studios around the world.

The Clients Describe their projects, and translate their vision into a short guideline for designers.
The hundreds of designer design and submit their designs then the clients choose from these hundreds of design and pays the money to the winning design or designers.  

The options for designer are are numerous and you can do pretty much everything, from T-Shirt design, brochure or flyers to logo designing,web design . There are in total 42 categories of contests @ designcrowd. On average there are more than 106 submissions per contest.

By the time I write this article The best and most successful Indian Graphic designer on the website, Is Smart ranked No#2 And earned more than $239.1000 .


IF you win a contest or receive a participation payment, your payment will be paid via PayPal or if you have selected it, Skrill/ Moneybookers. You will need a PayPal account which you can get for free at or a Skrill account which you can open from

You can select your payment method, either Paypal or Skrill from the "Payments" tab in your profile.
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So don’t waste anymore time, try it yourself go out there and create beautiful designs show your skills and give a hand to change the industry into a better world .

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