After drawing several drafts of the storyboard, I usually lay out the sequences using Post-its on a white board. That helps me to visualize the entire film like a map or a pentagram. This way I can check the visual rhythm, duration and the gaps or holes in the story.
I don’t spend too much time finishing the storyboards. I’m not interested in making beautiful drawings but simple ones that tell the story. As an example, I’m posting a few pages of an old draft of the script, which includes an alternative version for the third act of FLAT LOVE.