Storyboard art & concept art:
film, TV, comics

Nick Teti aside from video production, photography, motion graphics, animation and related services I provide storyboard artist services. As well Illustration, art, concept art, character design among other artistic services. Scroll down to see some storyboard art, and use the menu above to see more examples.

Storybaord art montage by storyboard artist Nicholas Teti III, 1 (720) 299-2084, Colorado USA, misterphoton.com

Contact Telephone 1 (720) 299-2084
     Nick Teti/Nicholas III

Colorado USA

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Storyboard Samples, Page 1

Storyboard frame #1, Scene from Feature Film

Storyboard frame #1, scene from artist Nick Teti 1 (720) 299-2084, Colorado USA

This is take from a scene of a feature film currently in storyboard, conceptual art and script phase. I own all rights of use to this media.

Storyboard frame #2, Scene from Feature Film

Frame 2 of storyboard, feature film

This is another storyboard frame depicting another shot in the scene on a feature I am working on in concept production. This is the pencil only version.

Storyboard frame #3, Scene from Feature

Frame 3 of a storyboard in a scene for a feature film. Artist Nick Teti, Nicholas Teti III.

This is another storyboard from frame depicting another shot in the scene on a feature I am working on, in concept production. This is the pencil draft version to keep some elements private. The series is in the concept art phase, and I am the writer. If you need a storyboard artist or concept artist with knowledge of video, film and television production, including writing, camera blocking/operation, composition, color, editing/post and other needed expertise I have these backgrounds.

Concept Art vs. Storyboard Art

Concept art is often used for developing ideas including characters, themes, and plot among other assets in a video or film or television production.  If can also be used in graphic design, comics or other media. Many feature films rely on scripts, concept art and storyboards. If a writer & director develops a film or production, they may not need a storyboard, but it is a great idea to save time on shot and scene blocking, including actors, cameras and the environment.

The same but different?

Concept art is often the first stage of any production in media and is often used in story boarding to develop storyboards or scripts. It can be used to develop ideas that then become finalized in storyboards and scripts as well.

With storyboards can be the script or to enhance the ideas of a script. Conceptual art as well is used in various stages of scripting, drawing storyboards, or to create the themes and other needed elements, including the story, plot or message. Storyboards are often drawn after concept art, but often in the conceptual stages. Think of conceptual art as the planning stages and creation of the needed ideas to then storyboard and script into a program, communication, message, film or television production.

What mediums are used to produce a storyboard, comics or concept art?

There are a number of mediums from pencil, ink, paint, chalk, pastel, crayons, markers, among many other traditional artwork methods. The digital methods can mix these medias above with digital painting or drawing or combine a drawing or painting to a digital canvas to be colored more.  Digital mediums like 3D software, 2D software, illustration software (raster or vector art) are used in concept art, and storyboards, comics or graphic novels.

Fine Artist

I have a fine art background, years of applied experience since the 1970’s when I started drawing and painting to modern digital art, aside from the artist services listed above. I can be hired as a fine artist as well. I have applied education since elementary school since college as well.

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