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  • Exposition
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  • Rising Action
  • Rising Action
  • I'd always wanted to be like my brother Simon. He wasn't afraid of anything. I remember once, we were playing soccer together and I accidentally kicked the ball too far and it went across the street. I was too scared to go get it. Out of nowhere, I saw Simon run across the street and kick the ball back to me. He made it look like it was nothing!
  • Climax
  • I've never been the social type. I'm nothing like Simon. He has so many friends, talks to hot girls, and basically knows everyone in the school! And then there's me, quiet, introverted, not pulling ANY girls, not athletic, you get the point. You see, I want to be like Simon, but it feels impossible. We're nothing alike.
  • Falling action
  • One of the hardest things about being brothers with Simon is having to deal with constant comparisons. Don't get me wrong, I have really good grades. But am I athletic? Do I have a girlfriend? Do I ever have friends come over? No. My dad is always comparing me to Simon and he always finds the smallest thing to judge. It really does sting a little.
  • Resolution
  • I've tried many times to impersonate Simon. I've tried casually walking over to someone and starting a conversation, didn't work. I've tried hitting on girls, DEFINITELY didn't work. It's just not me, and I can't help that! I tried playing a few sports but when I couldn't do that, it was my last straw. I was losing hope. I started to believe I was always gonna be in Simon's shadow.
  • A while after that, I started giving up on being just like Simon and decided to just try to be myself. It was hard since some of the things my dad said to me really stuck with me, but I tried to not let that get to me. I didn't want to spend the rest of my time in high school trying to be like someone when I could just be myself.
  • After a while of really pushing myself out of my comfort zone, I did it. I made friends! There's Justice, and Natalia, and Kayden, and then there's me! Oh and I also gave up on the "be just like Simon" thing. My friends liked me for who I was, and that really helped me so much. I love who I am.
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