How to Storyboard if You Can’t Draw — Four Alternative Options

BY SAM KENCH | StudioBinder

How can you storyboard if you cannot draw? It might seem like a conundrum at first glance but, luckily, there are a number of alternatives to drawing that you can make use of and still produce high-quality storyboards. In this post, we’ll cover why storyboards are important, as well as four different options for creating storyboards even if you have no artistic talent whatsoever.

Read about:

  • Option 1: Use Stick Figures
  • Option 2: Work With a Storyboard Artist
  • Option 3: Take Still Photographs
  • Option 4: Shoot Video Storyboards

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