Mini CritiquesWant some storyboard feedback but you’re on a budget? You’re in the right place!
Are you a student with a film project in the works?
A mini critique is an easy way to get professional feedback on your story and your storyboards without breaking the bank. Let's face it, you don't want to waste valuable time animating (or shooting) a story that's not working, do you? No, you don't.
The mini critique will give you enough feedback on a project to see where you might be going wrong, without diving in too deep.Are you trying to build a storyboard portfolio and want some direction?
This option is a great way to test portfolio material and get some guidance to help you land the job. You'll get some solid, general feedback on your storyboarding skills and techniques.
Find out if your shot choices are the right ones, if you're making any direction mistakes and how you can improve your acting and posing. This small investment will pay off big.Are you wondering if your skills are strong enough to break into storyboarding?
Take the low risk route before you put your stuff 'out there'. Hear it from an impartial party that will give it to you straight. You'll get my opinion on whether or not you've 'got the goods' to do this professionally and offer you practical advice to improve.
This job isn't for everybody but if you're really interested, you have to take a chance and show someone what you can do. So let's see what you've got!Ready to get started?
You can book a single mini critique or a pack of 3 if you want to revise your work as you go or show me more than one project. Please note each critique is LIMITED to 45 storyboard panels. Scroll down to see more details below.
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If you have any other questions or concerns, email me at karen [at] seethescript [dot] com
Single Mini Storyboard Critique
Includes: One critique resulting in a PDF file of your work marked up with my notes along with an email *or* MP3 recording including more detailed feedback.
Limit: 45 storyboard panels (15, 3-panel pages).
Price: $54 US