J. Todd Anderson was able to get his dream job just by knowing how to draw. He always knew how to draw and when he started working his drawings became important. He did storyboards, which are drawings that portrayed what is going to happen in a specific scene in a movie. The drawings go from being rough sketches to being detailed final drawings. I found this article to be inspiring because I love to doodle and draw. I also love movies. If J. Todd Anderson can find a job story boarding then I’m sure I can find a job in stop motion animation. It also defined what story boarding is. Before I use to think story boarding was just a bunch of squares with quick sketches on it. Now I understand that story boarding are sequential drawings that indicate the characters, props, setting and camera shot in a movie scene.