Alright! Let’s get busy improving those storytelling skills.
Are you a student (or anyone) with an important film project in the works?
Let's talk it through and make sure you don't end up with a film that makes the audience go "Huh? What was THAT?" Because you don't want that.
Maybe you've got some story-stuckness. Something isn't clicking and you want it to work. Or you're not sure if you're using the right shots or transitions to tell the story you want to tell.
If you can't get the constructive critique you crave, rent my brain and get it done right!
Are you working in the animation industry and just can't break into storyboarding?
Maybe you're stuck in 'revision hell' and can't escape. Or you're trying to build a storyboard portfolio but don't know if it's good enough. You don't know if you've got the goods...and no one has the time to give helpful feedback on your work.
Grrr! Frustrating, I know.
Why won't anyone tell you what you're doing wrong?
I will. Because I'm blunt that way. (But nice-blunt. I promise.)
Are you new to the field and just looking for some basic storyboarding instruction?
Then this might not be the best choice for you right now.
But the good news is I will be offering some online instruction in the future to meet this need.
So in the meantime, keep reading the blog (if you're new, check out the "New? Start Here" posts in the sidebar). And get your free template pack when you sign up for the Storyboard Club Mailing List to get all the latest scoop.
Are you intimidated about talking to a 'big, scary industry professional'?
Well, I'm not big. I'm just a lowly TV animation storyboard artist.
I'm not scary. A smart-ass maybe, but not scary.
Yes, I work in the industry. You got me there.
And just because I am a professional, doesn't mean I always act professional. I joke around and say naughty words and stuff.
But I know my sh*t. (See? Naughty word.)
I've been drawing storyboards professionally since 1997. I'm good at it. I've taught storyboarding to lots of students. I was good at that too. I write this blog. Read it and judge for yourself.
I can help you and you will have a good time. Cross my little black heart. ;-)
Ready to get started?
You can book a single session that lasts 75 minutes or if you think you'll need more time, you can buy a 'Follow-Up Package' with three separate sessions. Scroll down to see details down below.
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Here’s more P.A.Q. (Potentially Asked Questions) to help you. Just click a question and the answer will magically appear!
If you have any other questions or concerns, email me at karen [at] seethescript [dot] com
Single One-On-One Consultation Session
Includes: One call with me while viewing your work on my desktop, MP3 audio recording of call and PDF file of your work marked up with notes.
Duration: 75 minutes
Price: $98 US
Follow-Up Consultation Package: Email Option
Includes: One call with me while viewing your work on my desktop, MP3 audio recording of call and PDF file of your work marked up with notes. Then you get two follow-up critiques by email. You send me your revised work and I send back an email and new PDF marked up with notes each time. You get to fine tune your project while getting feedback and suggestions along the way.
Duration: 1-75 minute call, 2 email critiques (must be used within 4 months of call)
Price: $148 US
Follow-Up Consultation Package: 3 Call Option
Includes: Three calls with me while viewing your work on my desktop, MP3 audio recordings of each call and 3 separate PDF files of your work marked up with notes. You send me your revised work and we will schedule calls to discuss your progress. You get to fine tune your project while getting feedback and suggestions along the way by phone.
Duration: 1-75 min. call, 1-50 min. call, 1-35 min. call (last two must be used within 4 months of first)
Price: $186 US