Consistency
Updated: 9/17/2018
Consistency
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Storyboard Text

  • Inconsistent
  • Off to college!
  • Consistent
  • Off to college!
  • Here is the character walking in a scene.
  • Here is the character walking in a scene.
  • Notice that the skin, eye, pant, and shoe color has changed. He has a different bag. The text bubble style, color, and font have also changed.
  • I am really excited!
  • His colors have remained the same. The text bubble style, color, and font matches the first scene.
  • I am really excited!
  • His pants and shoes have returned to their normal color, but his eyes haven't been colored. His bag is has also switched back to the original.
  • Keeping colors and items the same throughout a storyboard creates continuity in the story.
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