How to Start using Story Board Creator
StoryBoard Creator allows you to get Ideas out of your head and into your computer quickly.
With the auto-name functions of this software you wont spend time creating folders, making a new naming convention and all that tedious work. Just Name the project and GO!
Have a tablet PC, the Quick tools panel helps you remove the clutter of too many tools. Just get to drawing and creating storyboards.
Add Dialog and Story Details that are rendered with the saved image.
Just Click the Save button,
You can then Clear the Drawing Area
or add to the last Drawing.
Create Story Boards Quickly and with Ease.
With StoryBoard Creator
Here is where you want to start your storyboard.
Write in your Project name and Click on the "Set Project Folder".
Once this is done the "Current File Name" will show you where your project is located on you computer.
Dialog and Action !!! Lights, Camera ... Story Board.
Here is where you would add those details of what the Dialogue is, What the action looks like.
and On the top right your Project Name is automatically placed there after step #1.
Also The Shot# is also auto-created with every click of the "save" button.
Pen Width and Quick Colors.
Here You can quickly select your pen size for drawing.
The Six color boxes below are common colors used in markers to add some color flare.
Here are your Controls
"Select Custom Color" : Allows you to select even more colors on for your Story Board.
"Clear Drawing Area": If the last image drawn needs to be erased just click here to Clear it out.
"Last Page": This button brings back the last page you created. Just in case you cleared it.
"Save": This button is just one click and Boom. Your file is saved with your Project Name and its sequenced so you just keep drawing and Clicking Save. No need to come up with fancy names.
Your Saved images will begin to appear here. So you can continue your great story knowing what you just made. The "Single/Double" button just slides the images to have side by side or single file line of your images.
Wacom tablets slow response
If you notice it takes a second for the pen to draw check out these windows settings that will help
Cant Find My Files:
If your looking for your files drawn. Once you have hit save. Check out at the top of the screen.
And open your windows explorer (shortcut is "Windows Key" and "E") Files are usually in
My Documents and the StoryBoardCreator Folder.
The Story Board Creator application does not store any personal information.
It has no log in. Application can only save images created in the drawing area.
The only link is to the help file which is online.