A while back someone on social media was asking about storyboarding comics.
Though it’s a habit I personally don’t do much these days, when I need to, I’ll break out one of these sheets. With my totally inept artistic ability, it’s rare that I’ll need a full page to scratch on.
This is a super simple document–not much of an upgrade from a simple, blank sheet of paper… but hey, if you want it, here it is:
Nick’s four up comic storyboard sheet
Each panel here represents one page. The panel # above each page is the total panel count of the page. For example a page might read, Page 4, Panel 6 (as in 6 panels), Scene 2.
Any other request for writer specific docs, let me know, I’ll dig through my drives and see what I have. ▪
About the Author —
Nick Macari is a full-time freelance story consultant, developmental editor and writer, working primarily in the independent gaming and comic markets. His first published comic appeared on shelves via Diamond in the late 90’s. Today you can find his comic work on comixology, amazon and in select stores around the U.S. Visit NickMacari.com for social media contacts and news on his latest releases.