Since I'm the only one working on this film, the boards are pretty loose. Put another way, they're illegible to anyone but me. Below are some spreads from a Moleskine notebook, so you get an idea of how tiny the drawings are. When I'm boarding, I usually think for a good long time before I draw anything. Then when I'm ready I will run through sequences in my mind and make tiny thumbnails in the panels as I go. When finished, I end up with little visual bookmarks for the sequence that's knocking about in my head. There's room to flesh things out more when I do the blocking and keying passes later on. But for a first step, I get the broadest of the broad strokes down in these little thumbnails.