Assalammualaikum, Hello my name is Putri Alfisyahrini. My number is 4103191002. I’m from first class Multimedia Broadcasting A. Here I will explain how to make a Storyboard. But, before that we have to know what storiboards are.
A storyboard is a tool for sketching out how a video will unfold, shot by shot. It looks like a comic strip. Each square represents a single shot. It shows who or what is in the scene, what’s being said, and any text or graphics that appear on the screen. As you read through a storyboard, you should be able to “see” the video playing in your head.
A storyboard doesn’t have to be an elaborate work of art. Here’s how to make one:
- Create a Template
Draw a series of rectangles on a piece of paper, as if you were creating a comic strip. Make sure you leave room for notes or lines of script under each rectangle.
- Add the Script
Under each rectangle, write the line of script or dialogue that corresponds to that scene.
- Sketch Out the Story
Don’t worry if you’re not an artist – simple stick figures will do the trick. You can indicate movement with an arrow. A bad drawing is better than no drawing!
If you don’t want to sketch the shots by hand, you can use photographs or images cut from a magazine. There are even storyboarding tools online where you can select characters and settings, add speech bubbles and text blocks, and even record audio.
- Add Notes
Finally, add in any notes about each scene. This might include a description of what’s happening, camera angles or movement, and any special effects. Don’t forget about audio like music or sound effects.