Sample Storyboard Template For Film And Video



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A storyboard doesn't have to be an elaborate work of art. Here is how to make one:

  1. Download and modify a Storyboard template: Draw a series of rectangles on a piece of paper, as if you were creating a comic strip, and also leave room for notes or lines of the script under each rectangle.
  2. Add the script: under each rectangle, write the line of script or dialogue that corresponds to that scene.
  3. Sketch out an interesting story: indicate movement with an arrow of basic figures. A bad drawing is better than no drawing! Alternatively, you may use existing images and paste them into the story.
  4. Add Notes to the story: For each scene, you need to place some keynotes, a description of what’s happening, camera angles or movement, and any special effects. (including audio like music or sound effects).

Finally, don't be too cautious about your storyboards. 
  • Take some chances. 
  • Ok to draw quickly and sloppily in beginning, especially if you feel inspired and need to get your ideas down on paper.
  • Go back and forth, work on your storyboards. 
  • Have fun with your storyboards, they're the perfect tool for letting your imagination work.
  • Here are a few more storyboarding tips:
    • Use rectangles that are the same aspect ratio as video, 16:9.
    • Number each rectangle for easy reference in discussions.
    • Bone up on the standard shot types used in the video before you start.
    • Think in 3D. Make subjects/objects in the background smaller, so they appear further away.
    • Cut up and recombine your storyboards to play with sequencing and narrative.
    • Use the finished storyboard to create a master shot list. This way nothing will get overlooked during production.
    • Keep the storyboard simple so it can be understood by anyone who views it, 
    • Be sure to share the finished product with everyone involved after its final cut!

Photocopy these pages before you start and keep them as a template so you can create more blank storyboards if needed.

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