How to Ignite a Feeling in Your Audience

by Jerod Morris
Articulating the goal of content marketing, a wise man once wrote: You lift prospects out of their ordinary worlds and invite them to consider a journey that ultimately leads to a transaction. Easy to say. Not so easy to do. We know that to lift our audience members out of their ordinary worlds we need to tell a compelling story — a story in which the audience mem ...Read the full article

The Purpose Of Storyboarding

The idea of storyboarding was developed at the Walt Disney Studio during the early 1930s. Disney credited animator Webb Smith with creating the idea of drawing scenes on separate sheets of paper and pinning them up on a bulletin board to tell a story in sequence, thus creating the first storyboard (Christopher Finch, The Art of Walt Disney, Abrams, 1973). The first complete storyboards were created for the 1933 Disney short Three Little Pigs (The Story of Walt Disney, Henry Holt, 1956). According to John Canemaker, in Paper Dreams: The Art and Artists of Disney Storyboards (1999, Hyperion Press), the first storyboards at Disney evolved from comic-book like "story sketches" created in the 1920s to illustrate concepts for animated cartoon short subjects such as Plane Crazy and Steamboat Willie.

Storyboarding For People Who Can't Draw (Like Me!) : FRIDAY 101

This Week's Videos/Links: Robert Rodriguez - Video Storyboarding: Intro to Storyboard That: "Don't" Grindhouse Trailer - Storyboard/Final Product Comparison: Storyboard That: Storyboard Printer Template: This week, Russ goes into self-deprecating mode over his terrible art skills, but shows why that shouldn't have any effect on storyboarding quality! If you have a question, are seeking advice (FILMMAKING advice, Russ is NOT, in fact, a licensed therapist), or were just wondering about anything at all film or video related, send an email to: Or tweet Russell @RussellRules, hashtag: #Friday101 Even quick, simple questions will do. Have something to add to any of the topics we discussed on this episode? Let us know in the comments below! Intro Video by Anthony De Coninck (aka Stylow) Theme Music by Abhilash Buch Additional Music by Kevin MacLeod "Cipher" "Highlight Reel" "Hotrock" "We Like To Party"


Today, we go through the Storyboarding process! Outsiders Website: Triune Films Store: Jordan Murphy - Storyboard Artist Follow For More BTS: Ryan Connolly Josh Connolly Tim Connolly Todd Bruno Reza Lackey Ralis Kahn Robert Krekel Michael Stark Ryan Booth

How to Create a Storyboard for Your Video Shoot ► Ever wonder what storyboarding is and why you need it to create a video? Basically, storyboarding is a visual representation using illustrations to map the flow of your video. Usually a storyboard includes who or what will be on camera, how and where the shot will be filmed, and the order of events. You don't need to be a talented artist to create a storyboard, you just need to be willing to put your vision down on paper. As ideas evolve, changing the storyboard is much better than trying to do it in the middle of filming. The storyboard is your blueprint and, in the long run, it will save you a headache and allow you to create the video masterpiece you've always wanted. SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER VIDEO TIPS AND NEWS! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST! LET'S CONNECT!