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Old December 13th, 2008, 02:37 PM   #31
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Central Coast - NSW, Australia
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If I can't afford to pay anyone then I can't afford to make mistakes and waste everyone's time.

Here's a storyboard I did recently.

Storyboard for Monday on Vimeo

it's for a short film we'll be shooting in the next couple of weeks - there's no script atached the the images but hopefuilly the idea should be visually clear. If you want to see the script, I can post it.

the original concept is mine and I'm directing (I had a friend write the script). working on the storyboard has made the idea much clearer and shown me lots of errors (there may still be plenty - feel free to point them out).

Some shots have changed from the original script as we scounted locations and I'm sure some will change on the day - but I feel much more confident working this way.
Cheers - Paul M. :
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