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  1. https://www.peopleperhour.com/freelancer/rotondwa-ravhura-storyboard-artist-xanammx
  2. I am working with a pretty established, well known illustrator whose clients are mostly magazines, The New Yorker, NY Times, etc. I want to provide a storyboard along with a TV series and screenplay we are pitching and need just a couple of frames to visualize some of the dream sequences. It's a prestigious project if it's picked up. He wants to know the "Terms." I assume that's money. What is the going rate for top illustrators for storyboards. I would really appreciate your responses.
  3. Hi: I am a student filmmaker specializing in directing. For my short films so far, I prepared the shot list and storyboards and then handed over to the cinematographer. He goes through that and based on his comments, I revised those again. For the feature films, does the director prepare the shot list/storyboards separately and shares it with the cinematographer or is this a team work, they sit together and prepare? Also, what I do was, first I draw the floor plan in 2D. Then, I assign the camera set ups (based on my pre-vis on blocking), prepares the shot list and finally I draw the story boards. Most of my friends do it the other way. First, they draw the storyboards and then prepares the shot list. Is there a right approach to this or can it be done either way? Thanks.
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