These are from the Hulk VS Thor DTV when I worked for Marvel Lions Gate.
*Note: These aren't the final storyboard just the drawings. A professional animation storyboard would be on a template with scene numbering, notations, dialog, and scene descriptions.
Hey!, digging the work...I was wondering if there is any chance of you doing some work for a pretty big project I’m doing known as “Project GL”. Said project involves me mock casting, budgeting, scoring, writing a pilot, etc… for a CW Green Lantern TV show that I then plan on pitching to the network (I do have a way to get it to the execs of Arrow/The Flash)…if you can/will help just shoot me a message at email@example.com with the subject line “Project GL”, and then a link to your dev. art! (or the username).
Also if you would be interested in doing general pieces for my Facebook page (43k and growing) that would be awesome!!!
It depends on the studio but most bigwigs have been okay with my small drawings as long as they are clear and they can read them.
Do you just work on a sheet of paper and then compile every shot together? Is there a standard number of shots per sheet of paper etc.? I imagine that every studio has their mind set on certain things, so I guess you get a pamphlet each time you enter the door with a new set of parameters. lol Thank you for taking the time to help the lil guy out on this. And finally I could put a face to your name...saw a recent interview on comicscontinuum with you discussing Batman Year One...can't wait for that one. You guys really need to work on an adaptation of Arkham City or Asylum with Rocksteady.