Storyboard and Final Art Comparison

Storyboard to Final Art

Creating the backgrounds for our game is a multi-step process:

1. I create a storyboard.

2. Artist receives my storyboard.

3. Artist laughs at my storyboard.

4. Artist turns storyboard into something that looks good.

Here are some examples of the process in action (click on the pictures to view them at full size):

Chapter 1

Storyboard Art for Chapter 1

Storyboard By Alex Gold

 

Final Art for Chapter 1
Art By Noah Berkley

Chapter 2

Storyboard for Chapter 2

Storyboard By Alex Gold
 
Final Art for Chapter 2
Art by Noah Berkley

Chapter 3

Storyboard for Chapter 3
Storyboard by Alex Gold

 

Final Art for Chapter 3
Art by Reiko Murakami

Chapter 4

Storyboard Art for Chapter 4
Storyboard By Alex Gold

 

Final Art for Chapter 4
Art by Sean Lane
  Although my art has (kind of) improved over the course of the project, there‚Äôs a reason why Artists make the big bucks.

– Alex

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