Finished Storyboard Example

Updated: 12/22/2016
Finished Storyboard Example
You can find this storyboard in the following articles and resources:
Making Movies out of Your Storyboard

How to Take Your Script to Storyboard

By Sarah Laroche

Learn about the basics of storyboards and how they are useful when making films and other media. Introduction to Storyboarding for Film, Video, & Animation looks at the overall process of turning an idea into a completed storyboard.


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Storyboard Description

Movie Maker Matt's Storyboard Example

Storyboard Text

  • Scene 1, Shot 1
  • A cat lies on a bed in the corner of a near-empty bedroom. NARRATOR One may think the life of a cat is boring.
  • Scene 2, Shot 1
  • Purr
  • Purr
  • Purr
  • Scene 1, Shot 2
  • The same cat is eating food from a bowl in a kitchen. NARRATOR A life of easy living, populated with naps, food, and an occasional trip to the litter box.
  • Scene 2, Shot 2
  • Scene 1, Shot 3
  • Cat face shot against country background. Slow zoom on cat's face to focus on eyes, then fade to black. NARRATOR But the story of Fletcher, a country cat gone city, is different from the usual tale.
  • Scene 2, Shot 3
  • City street with car "moving" supplies. NARRATOR Fletcher was a two year old cat when his family decided to move to the big city.
  • Family runs around during the move, cat turns to watch the humans walk by. NARRATOR Fletcher was confused by the boxes and his humans' frantic moving about.
  • The cat is curled up in an empty closet. NARRATOR Seeking refuge from the hectic atmosphere in the household, Fletcher finds himself a nice spot in the upstairs closet.