STORYBOARDS

I started doing storyboards, comps and animatics in 1993.  I knew nothing about how to do them, but I knew how to draw, so I jumped in.  I enjoyed it tremendously inspite of the short deadlines and fast turn around times.  I learned to think in 3 dimensions instead of static, posed bodies which I had done for 25 years as a fashion illustrator. 
All of these were done in pencil, Prismacolor pencil, and marker.
I now do everything digitally now- except for the pencils.
My commercial work can be seen here:
http://www.sharonartrep.com/portshow.asp?filter=key&keywords=wood
and
 http://www.aboveboards.com/Portfolios/JudiWood/jw_200pages/jw20001a.html





From a series for Pioneer Electrics


Ford meets Rhino/JWT Detroit 2004                  Alice Cooper proposed for Glad/Clorox products                             



World Soccer and VISA                                              Sprint PCS





This was from a series from the early 1990's ....I always liked it, even if I don't remember the product.




Dame Edna and Alice Cooper were from the same proposed series for Glad Wrap for DDB/SF



Recent piece for St. Ives


I also don't remember what this was for; this is a fast sketch style.




This is from a series which includes the one below, also, for Animal Planet TV








This was part of a storyboard series for Publicis/Hal Riney




a fast color sketch for Grant, Scott & Hurley in SF.



This robot was working out in the gym with his fellow robots/ Ford /JWT Detroit     This one is about the 200th anniversary of the founding of Wall Street; it is also a fast semi color/pencil sketch style.



One of a series for Briggs & Stratorn (Minneapolis)



Terry Bradshaw was the spokesman for Armor All, also a Clorox product, done for an animatic for DDB/SF in the early 1990's.