Storyboards are an informational tool. They are a quick shorthand for storytelling meant for a small audience generally consisting of directors, actors, cinematographers and other film professionals. They aren't meant to be published, adored, or admired as beautiful works of art and are only used within the duration of a production. Thousands of drawings may be produced for a particular project. Storyboards are frequently redone, changed, or discarded altogether. Storyboards are disposable art—a rough draft of the movie. Because of this it is important to utilize a series of drawing tools to create a complete looking image in the quickest possible ...

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