Yes, no problem.
The scenes and drawing must keep up with the narration. There are 3 ways to slow the drawing down.
1. Remove elements from the scene.
2. Make the narration even slower.
3. Keep the narration and scenes as is and draw less. To do this, we would need to bring in the elements of the video is other ways and not draw them. For example, fly them in or pop them in.
If we need to do option 3, we would need to know exactly what scenes your client thinks “moves too fast” so we can see what we can do.
Yes we can!
Yes have female hands, male hands and hands of different ethnicities (if needed).
During storyboard phase, we send you the actual drawings for your review/approval in case you want to make any necessary changes. Then, once the visual storyboard is approved by the client we release the artist from the project and we pass the project to our video editor/animator.
If we have to bring the artist back to the project it’s a subject to an extra fee. That is the reason why we first send you the storyboard for your review first before we release artist.
Yes, if you want us NOT to use the hand, it is possible. Please let us know when you order and note this on your Creative Brief