Here's a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most popular films to have hit the screens, but this time around, we're giving you a glimpse of their respective storyboards!
Storyboards are a vital aspect of filmmaking as it helps everyone from the director down to the other crew members concerned visualize how a particular scene would go about prior to the production phase itself. Think of it as a frame-by-frame illustrated depiction of an entire scene, one that basically looks like a comic strip. Recently, we’ve stumbled upon an article on _Design Faves_ that showcased parts of the storyboards of seven popular films – the classics “Psycho” and “Birds” by Alfred Hitchcock, “Tomorrow Never Dies” by Roger Spottiswoode, “Apocalypse Now” by Francis Ford Coppola, and “Jaws” by Steven Spielberg; as well as more recent releases “Inception” by Christopher Nolan and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” by Marc Webb! If you love movies, you’ll we’re sure you’ll enjoy browsing through this collection!
All information in this article were sourced from Design Faves.
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