Storyboard Artist Interview Preparation Guide
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Story Board Artist Frequently Asked Questions in various Story Board Artist job interviews by interviewer. The set of questions are here to ensures that you offer a perfect answer posed to you. So get preparation for your new job interview

22 Storyboard Artist Questions and Answers:

1 :: Tell me as an Animator, what do you believe is your best asset?

My best asset is to be create appealing poses that work with the timing required my the shot.

2 :: Why did you chose a career as Storyboard Artist?

I love my imagination & animation is the only way that I can live my imagination. I never wanted to grow up. So by animation's help I can still be kid.

3 :: Why are you the best animator for us?

My ideas are belong from new technologies and from user recommendation, becozz end user requirement is very important for us.

4 :: Tell me who or what are your biggest sources of inspiration?

My granddad who always encouraged my love of drawing and animation. I also have to thank my many great mentors from my days at feature animation: Brian Ferguson, John Ripa, and Eric Goldberg, without whom I wouldn’t be where I am today.

5 :: Tell me what are Storyboards Used For?

Storyboards can be used in almost any production application that requires visualization of a scene. Taking the time to use storyboards in a professional setting can eliminate trial-and-error or uncertainty commonly associated with new projects.

6 :: Tell us what was the most stressful project you worked on?

My most stressful project was a team project in high school were my teammates were not as invested as I was to the project. I ended up finishing the project by myself.

7 :: Explain us what are you doing to keep current in technology?

Mainly through social media, news about animation and vfx is always shared by my friends in the field. Also facebook groups like CG meetup, CG society, Renderman World.

8 :: Please explain me what is the most difficult situation you have had to face and how did you tackle it?

The most difficult situation was my entry into this industry, then my parents were not allowing me to do animation & told them no matter what happens I will do it & by the help of my friends initially & later I managed to convince my parents.

9 :: Tell me what is your earliest memory of drawing or making art?

I don’t remember a time where I didn’t love to draw and color. I have vivid memories in fact of trying to draw a ballerina in preschool!

10 :: Tell me what’s the best thing about your job?

The people that I work with and the joy we all share in doing something we love.