How to Make a Comic/Storyboarding

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Example of storboard

Storyboarding is used to plan what is going to be in the panels and to help with deciding the layout of a comic. To begin, draw small sketches of key events in your story and put them in order in front of you. Draw more of these frames until you have enough to tell the story.

In addition to storyboarding the story in a traditional sense, planning comics also includes planning page layouts, such as fitting in double-page spreads, and creating suspense on a page turn.

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