Wednesday, March 11, 2009

How to Make a Storyboard by Uri Shulevitz

One of my very very favorite instructors, Uri Shulevitz, continues to be the authority on the writing and illustrating children's picture books.
How to Make a Storyboard by Uri proves my point with simple yet valuable instruction for the beginner and seasoned illustrator or writer.
This lesson is from the book,
How to Write and Illustrate Children's Books and will always be on top of my must have books.

4 comments:

Dawn Phillips said...

Kit,

I really appreciate you sharing this information. It's a great guide for illustrating and creating movement.

Your Awesome!

Dawn Phillips
www.rdchildrensbooks.com

J. Aday Kennedy's A Writing Playground said...

Thanks for letting me know.

Blessings,
The Differently-Abled Children's Author
J. Aday Kennedy
www.jadaykennedy.com
http://jadaykennedy.blogspot.com/
http://twitter.com/jessica_k

Karen Kerr said...

Kit,
Thanks for the storyboard info. Interesting! It will truely help with writing new stories.

It was good to hear from you!! Take care.

Karen

Cynthia Reeg said...

Kit,
That was so interesting--and I'm not even an illustrator. But it can help an author think of her story in a more visual way. The impact of the pb story on the page.
Thanks for sharing. I'm looking forward to seeing all of my hamsters come to life with your illustrations in HAMSTER HOLIDAYS.
Cindy
www.cynthiareeg.com