Liaising with directors and writers across TV, film and advertising, the job of a storyboard artist is to turn scripts into stills. Drawn by hand or using a computer, these stills suggest how a scene might unfold on screen before official production gets underway. Often working under tight production schedules, an infinite imagination matched with a proactive attitude and exceptional draftsmanship are essential in creating stills that capture and convey the intent, mood and emotion of the script.
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