Storyboards usually feature hand drawn sketches arranged in sequence to show as a rough draft what a scene of a TV show or movie may look like, this is done to give directors and cinematographers an opportunity to flag up any problems or issues that may exist within the scene. This also enable the director to instruct actors and crew members what they should be doing at any specific time within that scene.
In traditional illustration, drawings and sketches can be used to show a setting or to visualize a character that may be used within a movie or video game, these illustrations could also be presented in the form of concept art.
Both story-boarding and illustration can be produced in pencil sketches, full colour painting and digital forms.
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