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One of the best uses I’ve found for drawing on my Galaxy Note smartphone other than just my daily sketches is to use it in my professional story-board work. There’s a few good reasons for this as I’ll quickly explain and for this I often find it’s sometimes better than my large Cintiq or even an iPad or other tablet! Let me know what you think in the comments.

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8 thoughts on “Storyboarding on your Smartphone [Samsung Galaxy Note]”

  1. Total cell artist noob here. Is creating digital comics possible on Android apps?
    I mean actual finished comics with panels & word balloons??
    What apps should I look intro?
    I've only tried Autodesk and still rummaging through it's capabilities??
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Hmmmm Interesting, great for on the fly but, is there an android app that lets you fill out all the dialogue and action notes, as well as draw? Scene numbering , adding in between panels, all that housekeeping stuff isn't that the core of storyboarding in many ways?

  3. This is a very good topic to discuss for professional illustrators! I think you can most definitely use your phone for professional work. It works great if you need to make a quick sketch for a client.

  4. Interesting video 🙂

    …quick question: I've been looking for a decent minimal drawing app to draw on my Note with – what's that one that you're using there?

  5. There is an app I have on my iPad called storyboard animator. It’s very rough, but it’s great to get your storyboards down, and the feature I like is you can time your panels and put together a storyboard. It works on iPhone too, but well drawing on that I’m OK with, but I know I’m the minority finger painter. But I know old school storyboard artists have these little 16:9 papers and put together panels on those and stick em up on boards on walls. They would be about the size of that phone. I would recommend Rough animator though. If you don’t want to animate you can use it as a storyboard tool and even have animatics made quickly.

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