What Are Storyboard Revisions? #Tutorial

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  • Posted by Anahita Tabarsi on April 18 2017




Ever wonder what Storyboard Revisions are? Senior Storyboard Revisionist Darren Taylor explains the process below!

Darren: What are revisions? Revisionists step in after the Director has received the storyboard. 

Timing a board out into an animatic is a very revealing process and a Director may make decisions on timing and cuts. In doing so, elements of the original board can change, like screen direction and the need for more or less poses in a sequence.

These changes fall under the remit of the Revisionist. We receive a list of such revisions to the board to tidy up these alterations.

Here are a couple of examples:

Got a question on storyboarding? Pop it in the comments below! And you can check out our previous posts on Good Practice for Storyboarding and Placement in Storyboarding!


Anahita Tabarsi

Anahita is Brown Bag Films' Digital Media Coordinator and designated photographer.

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