The pre-production consultation will have given us all we need to set about writing the script for you, so all you will need to do, is review and provide feedback when you see the first draft.
After the script, a storyboard is produced to illustrate what will be on screen to accompany each section of script.
This can include hand drawn illustrations, text and graphic examples as well as written descriptions for what is seen or happening.
The point of the storyboard is to establish, and let you visualise exactly what your video will look like before filming starts.
If your video requires a voice over, this is recorded next.
If you haven’t seen it already – make sure you watch our other video : How To Make Sure You Choose Exactly The Right Voice Over Artist For Your Video.
Next will be the production of graphics and animation, and this is something which you will want to make sure you get right first time, or with the minimal amount of changes.