Tux Paint is a fun program that kids can use to create beautiful scenes thanks to a feature called "rubber stamps". Stamps are completed pieces of artwork which can be added to a scene with a single keystroke.
Tux Paint can be a useful tool for creating storyboards by budding filmmakers. To do this, there needs to be stamps in Tux Paint which can draw human figures in a variety of poses and from a variety of position.
Examples of Artwork for Storyboarding
Here are three examples of storyboarding artwork. These are human figures seen from many angles.
These are excellent samples to look at... but don't copy. Create your own original artwork and submit it to us.
Go to Cartoon Solutions and look at one of their cartoon figures. This link takes you to a teenage boy. As you can see, the artwork is gorgeous but the boy is drawn in pieces. We need whole figures. Draw your figures as complete drawings.
Note: We are currently looking for a young person about 10 years old (rather than a teenager.) Can you please create a young person (boy or girl) about 10 years old who is intellegent and curious? And in the same style, we also need an older person who is very wise and drawn with the same style as the young person.
Example #2 - Storyboard Quick
A 2D storyboarding program that includes artwork (characters, locations and props)
Go to Storyboard Quick to see the basic information about this program. There is also a QuickTime  which demonstrates this program. (You get extremely useful information.)
When drawing 2D human figures, it is often useful to have a model (human figure) to draw from. FrameForge 3D gives you this ability. You can download the demo version of FrameForge 3D Studio which works for 20 times and has other minor limitations.
Fantastic Learning Tool
If you are interested in learning about 3D storyboarding, learning about camera lenses and learning about directing actors, etc., you will find that FrameForge 3D Studio is absolutely fascinating. It is one of the most highly recommended programs for learning filmmaking. Since it has a FREE working demo version, I highly recommend you try it. (Please tell them that your middle name is "WikiU" so they know that you are working with Wikiversity.)