The Storyboarding Guidelines That Keep The Simpsons Looking Fresh

Sometimes it feels like The Simpsons has told every story there is to tell. They even get out ahead of reality on a regular basis. There are currently 31 seasons of The Simpsons, and while episode quality is a source of constant debate, there's no denying that the art and animation look pristine.

An old set of storyboarding do's and don'ts, compiled and illustrated by storyboard supervisor Chris Romano, sheds some light on how they've been able to tell compelling stories for over three decades:

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The Storyboarding Guidelines That Keep The Simpsons Looking FreshSource: Animation Meat

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The Storyboarding Guidelines That Keep The Simpsons Looking Fresh

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