Visual Storytelling: Storyboards
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Visual Storytelling: Storyboarding
A storyboard is a sequence of comic-like illustrations and written text used to tell a story and communicate the visual elements of the story. The process of storyboarding was developed by Walt Disney Studios in the 1930’s, and continues to be used today by animators, game developers, and visual artists.
Get creative with design in class
In this activity, students will learn the basic elements of good storytelling and creating and presenting a dynamic storyboard for a public service announcement. The instructional tutorials showcase real world storyboards created by Warren Fearn, Founder of 3D 4 WE, for the World Wildlife Fund.