I'm an Illustrator who's learning to Storyboard, and I'm hoping I can collect some knowledge from the community to make a smart choice in direction for the future.
Context: My style can go in 1 of 2 directions - Sci-fi or Fine Art meets folk tale. I was really impressed with the animation in Spiderman Miles Morales, Song of the Sea, Klaus, and Kubo and the Two Strings. I love to use traditional media like oils and acrylic, collage, and sculpture, and bring those elements into my electronic work. I'm a painter at heart, so that's something that will always be a part of me.
Question: I've been using Photoshop and Illustrator for quite a while, but it's such a pain to keep moving frames around when I need to rearrange. I've checked out Boords (a bit simpler than I wanted), StoryBoard Pro (learning curve), and have landed on Storyboarder because it's easy to use and that shot generator is well, very very compelling.
Would anyone who is working in the industry currently be willing to share some advice on tools of the trade that I would need to master?