Since so many stories and comics center around dynamic characters, it is essential to convey the right emotions and actions in our storyboards. The drag and drop feature makes it super easy to get characters into your storyboards, but what do you do next? I have made many a storyboard in my time. Let me share some of the tricks I have picked up!
The humanoid characters are used most often and they have a very wide range of capability. If you just want to get the main idea across in a few seconds, choose one of the quick poses from the blue drop-down menu on the editing palette. The available quick poses from the drop-down menu are pretty basic, and you cannot select a side or back view from the list. The quick poses get the job done for the simple poses like walking and speaking, but there is so much more to character posing.
The story of Hamlet has a great deal of emotional charge, action, and of course, death. Hamlet's confusion and hesitation to act are very important to the plot of the play, so we need to see the emotions on his face and in his body language. Take a look at the plot diagram for Hamlet below. Notice the shock, concern, confusion, and various death positions.