14 posts tagged storyboard
14 posts tagged storyboard
Can’t find the perfect background for your storyboard? Now you can upload your own images when you create a storyboard using Amazon Storyteller.
Amazon Storyteller is a free tool that allows writers to easily turn scripts into storyboards. Check out other features recently released to help enhance your storyboard including color tinting, an expanded library of characters and more props.
Bring your story to life with Amazon Storyteller, a tool that allows writers to easily turn scripts into storyboards. Our brand new features will help you visualize your story better than ever. Here are a few of the latest additions:
All-New Color Tinting
Make your characters and backgrounds black and white or full color with our new color picker tool. Select from different hues, saturation and brightness to help customize your storyboard.
We’ve significantly increased the number of characters, including more characters in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and a wider range of ethnicities such as Asian, African American, and Caucasian.
More Backgrounds & Props
If your story is based in the desert or in a western town, we now have the background for your story. We have doubled the background options available including images of airports, cabins, battlefields, and even space. New prop categories include cars, animals, sports equipment, and more.
Get started on your storyboard with Amazon Storyteller now. And keep in mind, your feedback helps shape what this tool becomes. Comment below and tell us what you think.
See the storyboard Amazon Studios writer Margina Sisson created using Amazon Storyteller for her movie project, Bob Dooley. Amazon Storyteller now allows you to upload your own background and prop images so you can enhance your storyboard. See the full Bob Dooley storyboard and how Sisson added her own images.
Bob Dooley is a family, adventure drama about Emily, a 6th grader and a compulsive liar, who needs money fast and the only way to get it is to win a True Story contest. View the Bob Dooley project page to read the script or to leave feedback.
Amazon Storyteller, a tool that allows writers to turn scripts into storyboards, has released new features to help you customize your story. Here are some new additions you can try.
Rotate and Flip Characters or Props
Make your characters lie down, fall over, or even skydive if you wish. You can easily rotate props to match character poses.
Upload Your Own Props
Can’t find the right car? Upload your own. You can now add any image to be used as a prop, and scale it, move it back and forth, or rotate it to match your character.
New Character Casting
Now when you cast a storyboard, you will see a wider range of character heads and bodies to choose from. We have also made it easier to change your cast or character’s costume with a “recast” shortcut.
Move that Caption
Choose from one of nine locations to place your caption into any frame.