The work you guys are doing on here is astonishing!
And not the least bit intimidating--I'm just now getting serious with art, and I've got miles to go before I get anywhere close to the stuff on here. But that's why I'm going to go ahead and post. I figure the sooner I start soliciting help, the sooner I'll start getting better fast.
I'm trying to get a start in storyboarding. For anything really, but film would be nice. My drafting skills are decent--they need to get better, but they're all I've got right now, so that's why I'm looking at storyboarding. Value and color, on the other hand, are clearly not my forte. I can use all all the critiquing/advice I can get my hands on, so feel free to comment on any aspect.
Here we have some sample storyboards I've drawn up for the sole purpose of having something to show people. Just a couple scenes from a script my friend wrote. I've never done any formal storyboarding work, so the format of these is pretty much 100% guesswork. If any one in this discipline can offer me some feedback as to how storyboards should be presented, and some areas for me to start practicing, I'd appreciate it.
Basically, please feel free to make any comments about anything. I've got a lot to learn about drawing, shading, and storyboards in general, so don't hold back! Thanks.