Film Storyboarding Basics

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Match the type of storyboard with its characteristic:

Hand-drawn storyboards = less detailed and take less time to create Thumbnail Storyboards = economical, include some essential details Animated storyboards = consist of filmed sketches that showcase the proposed timing, pacing, and overall visual flow

Match the type of storyboard with its purpose:

Hand-drawn storyboards = draft your ideas quickly before a traditional storyboard Animated storyboards = convey the main action happening in the shot Thumbnail Storyboards = draft your ideas quickly before a traditional storyboard

Match the type of storyboard with its size:

Hand-drawn storyboards = large and detailed Thumbnail Storyboards = size of a postage stamp Animated storyboards = economical, include some essential details

Match the type of storyboard with its components:

Animated storyboards = scripts, music, and visual elements Hand-drawn storyboards = small sketches Thumbnail Storyboards = small sketches

Match the type of storyboard with its usage:

Thumbnail Storyboards = to quickly visualize the scene Animated storyboards = to quickly visualize the scene Hand-drawn storyboards = to create a detailed visual representation of the scene

Match the storyboard element with its definition:

Shot image = Technical details of a shot in production and post-production Panel = A space filled by a filmmaker, featuring 2D drawings with actions and characters Action = The primary activity happening in a shot Fix = A simple box that contains the actions and characters

Match the storyboard arrangement with its description:

Sequential = The frames are organized to read from left to right as in a book Comic = The frames are arranged sequentially with frames and description panels on the same page Flowchart = The frames are arranged in a flowchart where parallel scenes are depicted parallelly Description panel = The frames are arranged in a sequence with notes on the sequence of events

Match the storyboard element with its purpose:

Description panel = Explains the picture to other technicians and cinematographers Shot image = Determines the sequence of events in a video Action = Provides technical details of a shot in production and post-production Panel = Decides how the frames and notes are arranged in a storyboard

Match the storyboard arrangement with its characteristic:

Sequential = Offers movement and energy to the story being read Comic = Allows viewing the storyboard frames one at a time Flowchart = Depicts parallel scenes parallelly Description panel = Provides notes on the sequence of events

Match the storyboard element with its content:

Panel = Notes on the sequence of events Shot image = 2D drawings that contain the actions and characters Action = Technical details of a shot in production and post-production Description panel = The primary activity happening in a shot

Test your knowledge of the fundamental elements of film storyboarding, including panels, shot images, and technical details. Learn about the sequence of shots, action, and fixation in film production and post-production.

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