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Offline Deathlyshadow

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Story boarding help
« on: June 28, 2020, 07:54:45 PM »
Hello,

I am wondering if any artist would possible have time (free) to take my scripts and turn them into rough story board sketches, they don't need to be finished as I'm going to sent them off with the scripts to the illustrator for finalization. each issue is about 40 panels so far there are 3 issues waiting to be story boarded. for each panel even though they are rough sketches I would like some of the background. ie if the characters are in a classroom to have the desk and such sketched in as well. if your interested or need more information before making a decision ask here or in a DM thanks.

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Re: Story boarding help
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2020, 10:26:30 PM »
Hey there Deathly! I'm afraid I'm no help as an artist, but I just want to give you some advice: Don't be afraid to give this a shot yourself! Even if it is just crude stick figures and a lot of notes, you are going to have a lot of ideas in your head that you don't realize how much you want to be a certain way. That way you would be making the life of your perspective artist waaay easier. Don't discount your own ability in this! Rough storyboards are done by writers all the time. Not only will it take workload off the artist, it will give them a better idea of what you're looking for, and cut down the time they need to spend on it to reach a finished product.

Good luck!

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