Storyboard layout, scene 11
Learning Event 2:
DESCRIBE THE PROCEDURES REQUIRED TO VISUALIZE A STORYBOARD
As you develop your story, try to visualize the situation you are
describing. Remember, you are preparing a visual information program with
This will be difficult because you have
been used to thinking in words; now you must learn to think in terms of
pictures. Your picture thoughts should be specific visual representations
of real situations or objects.
Let's put these principles into actual practice. The objectives, the
dramatic treatment, and outline that were developed in the previous lesson
are used as an example and put into storyboard format in the next few pages.
(This storyboard is developed as a television presentation.) Study these
cards to get a better idea of the storyboarding process. See Figures 3-7
through 3-20, for scenes 1 through 27: