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Old 02-05-2010, 01:19 AM   #1
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Default Storyboard template

I was browsing online for storyboard templates and I noticed that a lot of them are very simple and/or have watermarks or copyright labels.

So I decided to draw one up in illustrator. Here's the outcome:

Feel free to use it if you like. I'm all for sharing of creative tools. I'd be happy to hear feedback too, as in things to add or change for a successful storyboard template.

The camera label I figured could mean either which cam to be used if you have multiple cams in maya, or could be things like WS -wideshot, CU -closeup, or Pan, zoom etc.

Edit: I should add that this is a 16:9 aspect ratio box.
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