We have created storyboards for the advertising industry, TV and broadcast, video game, long form TV series, feature film and entertainment industries.
We can provide a complete storyboarding and pre visualisation service and work in a number of different styles, from traditional 2d hand drawn styles to 3d modelled and rendered.
Our team of storyboard artists can also assist with the initial concept design during the storyboarding process.
Should you wish to create a animatic, we can edit together your audio and image frames using video editing or VFX software which we then export as a QuickTime movie or mpeg for your review.
Alternatively we can offer a fully animated previz service which is one of the most important parts of any 3d or live action production because it is used to establish the overall length and content of the project.
If you are confused what service you need we have listed the difference below.
Storyboarding: Is the technique of sketching and designing by hand the initial hero key frames and putting them into a grid layout with a short written description to explain the action from each shot. This can be done by hand drawing frames, montaging of stock images, building 3d representations of the content.
Animatic: Combines image frames created at the storyboarding stage with audio into a time line as an edit and exporting out a movie file for review.
Previz: is the technique of crudely animating each individual shot either as 2d or 3d sequences which will include secondary motion to describe in more detail what is happening in each shot. These shots are then edited together adding music, folly, voice over.
This technique is a the primary part of any production and is used to; establish hold long each shot will be, what you see in each shot, visual style and aesthetic.
Some of the storyboard styles we work in are: black and white pencil sketches, loose line, blue line, out line, magic marker, cartoon, full coloured frames, 3d, tablet, Wacom style painting.
Some of the clients we have worked with: Ubisoft, Ocado, Budweiser, SEGA, Nescafe, Lego, Kent, Puma, and Nike