How we work
Once the perfect artist or artists have been selected for the project, production begins. Storyboard production can be complicated and appear daunting. After ten years experience we've tailored our process to minimise stress and maximise time that each storyboard artist can spend drawing. We have found that this approach leads to higher quality imagery and more satisfied clients.
The most important part of storyboard production. This is where we learn what's in your head and begin to see the idea through your eyes. We can take the brief either face-to-face, over the phone or even over email to ensure we have every detail to tell your story.
You can download a briefing document here.
We provide several versions of each storyboard frame so that our clients can monitor progress throughout the project. Typically this breaks down into three main iterations: A scamp or initial drawing to establish content and composition, followed by a line drawing from the artist to show more detail, then finally with colour and tone added at the third stage to bring each frame to life.
Alterations are a natural part of the creative process and so we allow our clients as much flexibility as possible. At Storyboard London we use Filestage to bring our clients a simple and trackable alterations process. Our clients can easily comment, collaborate and keep on top of projects in real time, without having to sign up and trying to remember yet another password!
We will deliver everything to you digitally in the format that you've requested. It is important that we get everything perfect so will always aim to stay on hand until your project is finished completely.
We also offer to provide a service where we can print out your boards as hard copies so please enquire if this would suit you.