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Moleskine Large Storyboard Notebook (Moleskine Srl)

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Moleskine Large Storyboard Notebook (Moleskine Srl) + The Storyboard Design Course: The Ultimate Guide for Artists, Directors, Producers and Scriptwriters + The Art of Movie Storyboards: Visualising the Action of the World's Greatest Films
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Model NumberS33117
Item Weight358 g
Product Dimensions13 x 1.8 x 21 cm
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberS33117
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Best Sellers Rank 21,716 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight386 g
Date First Available6 Oct 2009
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"The Moleskine Large Storyboard Notebook" is bound in cardboard, with a Moleskine cover having rounded corners and an elastic enclosure. The 104 top-quality acid-free pages are thread bound, and the notebook includes an expandable inner note holder made of cardboard and cloth. Each Moleskine journal has a ribbon placeholder and removable card with the history of Moleskines. This large notebook features four panels in vertical array allowing a sizeable margin for notetaking.

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108 pages with 4 frame paper, 13 x 21cm, heavy acid-free paper, expandable inner pocket.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rachel on 13 Dec 2013
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Not only does this baby help you organize your thought flow (for a film), it's also a great way to show your team your ideas with a single pull-out-of-the-bag move! The paper used is thick enough so you can use whatever materials you want for your drawings. Not to mention it's incredibly convenient size, which help you carry it with you anywhere.
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By Gh Warnecke on 11 Aug 2014
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Arrived on time. Exactly what I wanted.
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Amazon.com: 16 reviews
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
great concept 2 Jun 2010
By Jack Merridew - Published on Amazon.com
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reading a review of the smaller storyboard book i opted to buy the large one. But the exact same problem exists, there should be 2 boxes per page, so you have enough space to skecth and write notes to yourself about each panel.

but instead there are 4 boxes per page, so each storyboard spot is about the size of a big half dollar, which is way way too small. 2 boxes per page and this book is amazing, 4 per page and its a waste of time
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Obsolete before it was published 9 Mar 2011
By David B. bogie - Published on Amazon.com
If you are a filmmaker or animator working in professional formats for the 21st century, this notebook offers you no useful tools. The storyboard boxes are ancient 4x3 with small ticks for today's 16x9. This was a very weird design decision by Moleskine and one wonders how it got through design reviews and product testing with real customers. A useful storyboard notebook would have 16x9 boxes with ticks for 4x3. To make it a truly superb storyboarding tool, some of the pages should have a grid superimposed over the boxes and there should be lined areas specifically for notes and shot descriptions.

Buy it if you simply must have the molie brand at your creative sessions and production meetings. Look elsewhere or just draw your own storyboard pages if you need a truly modern and useful tool.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great for thumbnailing out a script 31 Dec 2010
By Terri Nelson - Published on Amazon.com
I draw comics for a living and have to thumbnail little drawings out before I get involved doing detailed work. This book is great for that sort of thing and I don't even have to worry about drawing my boxes out ahead of time. Since my thumbnails aren't precious I just write notes to myself in the margins. So: great sketchbook if you are a cartoonist. The paper's nice too.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Moleskine. 16 Jun 2012
By thebookcharacter - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this product as a gift for a close friend. Even though the picture spaces for storyboarding are on the small side, they seem to do the job just fine for those who like to sketch out their ideas or outlines. The thickness of the pages is great as well.
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The best notebook bar none! 30 May 2011
By Kelly L. Norman - Published on Amazon.com
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If you don't know about Moleskine, you should. Each of the many varieties comes with a pamphlet telling the "Moleskine story"; how writers and artists used to choose this notebook during the 20th century to record ideas, sketches, poetry, whatever. The original company that made them in Italy stopped making them a few decades ago; a new Moleskine company began making them in 1997. They come in endless varieties of the original notebook: ruled, unruled, grid paper, music notation paper, etc, in a variety of sizes and colors. The square bound notebooks have a hard cover, band and ribbon bookmark; Moleskine also produces various sizes of "soft cover" notebooks which are staple bound. The paper is always acid free.

This particular edition has plain squares on one side of the page and lines on the other making it perfect to prepare for Powerpoint presentations. I find it very helpful for journaling, allowing one to use sketches or pasted material beside writing.

If you want to get fancy, there are also guides such as a film journal, wine journal, etc; and there are notebooks based on different cities such as Paris and New York which contain maps and blank pages with tabs to organize notes about tourist sites, hotels, language help, and more. But my favorite is still the plain black hardbound. Sturdy and beautiful!
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