Here’s a sequence of story panels I created for Paw Patrol: The Movie. The film is out now. I’m pleased to see that this sequence is close to what I boarded. Story supervisor Joe Giampapa and I were the first board artists to start on the project at House Of Cool in May, 2019. We were soon joined by a top drawer team of story artists. I completed my story work on the film in February 2020. I’m always happy to work with the team of director Cal Bunker and producer Bob Barlen, a pair of great communicators. Note: This is untimed video- panels are a half second each.
As an update, I’ve been quite busy with new feature work. Wish I could show you some of that! But you know how it goes…no one gets to see it until many years down the road after the films are completed.
So here’s another piece of a board done last year for the good folks at SLAPHAPPY CARTOONS. Please click on the image to see the third part of this storyboard:
This storyboard is done with traditional tools including pencil, brush marker and tonals all done in progresso pencil. Back before we started using digital tools. The first panel on the first page is by Steve Whitehouse who boarded the first half of this song. The last 5 pages were cleaned up for me by the talented Brad Coombs.
THIEF OF ALWAYS song storyboard
Storyboard by Arna Selznick for the unproduced feature film THE THIEF OF ALWAYS. From the book of the same name by Clive Barker.
Last year I had the pleasure of working on the NERDS AND MONSTERS animated series, here’s two panels from one of the shows I boarded.
Nerds and Monsters (20 X 30) – World Premiere
Premieres: Wednesday, March 12 at 5:30 p.m. Returns to its regular timeslotat 4:30 p.m. ET/PT on Wednesdays beginning March 19. Nerds and Monsters tosses a group of nerdy kids on a fantastic uncharted island. The tween castaways must use nothing but their smarts to survive the relentless attacks by the island’s inhabitants – a tribe of hideous and hilarious Monsters that are mistakenly threatened by their human invaders. Lucky for the nerds, these dim-witted monsters don’t have any smarts. – See more at: http://www.corusent.com/home/Corporate/PressReleases/tabid/1697/Default.aspx?Id=2636#sthash.uVUGf9rL.dpuf