In case you don’t feel in a position to developing your own illustrations, which you could hire an illustrator, needless to say. You will find great illustrators on behance, as an example. But even when you don’t have any talent for drawing, I advocate you draw the first version of your storyboard yourself. There is a straightforward explanation for this: You gets a lot of feedback in your storyboard.
This means a large number of comments loops. Imagine you have an illustrator who has to rework your storyboard every time. You will spend a large number of time speaking your change requests to him. Furthermore, you must pay for any change request. Illustrating the first types of your storyboard yourself will prevent a while and supplies.
The last step in making a storyboard could be the review and revision part. As soon as you’ve got the first draft of your storyboard ready and you are feeling quite good about it, it’s time to get qualified feedback. But before you ask somebody else, it is positive to let your storyboard sit for a while. I had the best journey, when I didn’t touch it for a long time and then went back to it with a fresh mind. Sometimes, even one night can be enough. When you have done your personal review, you should definitely get comments from others.
In case you don’t sit in a similar room together with your sparring companions, which you could try our web app, Filestage, to talk about your storyboard. It is a great way to administer feedback and work collaboratively.