I’ve always loved to incorporate ‘balance’ into my designs and a natural ‘place’ formed soon after building some wooden Gabions at the HoBB Gardens where just such a balance is now growing.
It will be the site of a ‘Seat for two amidst the foliage’ where a sculpt of the ‘Green Woman’ will accompany the ‘Green Man’. Head carvings of the leafy Green Man can be found in most garden centres in the UK but I’m sure there’s scope for his floral soul mate. I’m not sure whether this character is international – perhaps somebody out there in a far off place might like to tell me.
~~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ waves from Grant
Most of our Children’s Picture Book Storyboards are BIG – on A2 Sheets 420 x 594 mm. This makes it easy to see standard 12 double page spreads in one quick glance at meetings with busy editors. Some storyboards are presented in book form to highlight any loss-effect of the gutter.
Simpler storyboards, drawn in outline (example above), are all that’s required for meetings where everybody knows the full production details.
Storyboards for film require more design as they include information on lighting, viewpoint, sound, cues and movement. The above storyboard for a TV series on the ‘History of Water Use’, was pitched by World of Water to the BBC and included all the above additions and also Character Design Charts for the series animation content.
Whatever sequences you need to present, from exhibitions and live shows to computer games and educational videos, storyboards set the scene and make a fast efficient focus for everyone.