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Video: 7 Hidden Patterns of Successful Storyboards

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16 Responses to “Video: 7 Hidden Patterns of Successful Storyboards”

  1. Sherm,
    Fantastic video! I particularly liked the parts about the 3/5 transitions and the time compression. I really think you did a good job of introducing and displaying use of the patterns. I learned a lot….thanks!!

    Also, major thumbs up with StoryboardSecrets LIVE. Now, if I can just convince my wife to let me join… (:

  2. Thanks, Tony — I’m really glad to know all those ideas came across clearly. And if you have any questions about the live classes, feel free to contact me directly. My email and phone number are posted at the bottom of the page at http://storyboardsecretsLIVE.com

  3. Great webinar Sherm! Lots of great tools and explained clearly and with great examples! Keep it up! Hope to put all these to use in my next portfolio sample!

  4. Thanks, Santosh — I’m very happy to hear that 🙂

  5. Hi Sherm!,excellent video!,i learned things i didn’t know about,thanks for doing this!

  6. Thank you for great info:)

  7. Thanks tony

  8. my mistake thanks sherm!

  9. ur the best sherm

  10. i love spongebob <3

  11. Its my favorite film

  12. connor hanlon 29. Sep, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    I love sherm

  13. Stepping forward, the tease, corresponding shots, the 3/5 transition, time compression, point of view. That’s six am I missing one?

  14. Yes, there’s also the “Insert” shot at the 22:05 mark. Thanks for asking!

  15. Thanks for the viedo! I learned a lot watching this. Currently I’m struggling with the 180-degree-rule in setting up my shots, and I had a question about the “Law and Order” scene you boarded to demonstrate compression of time. Is it OK to cross the 180-degree axis if the characters are moving or changing location?


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