Assuming you're presenting these styleframes, storyboards, moodboards, etc. for some kind of film or video application (y'know, mograph related), you're really misrepresenting by not presenting on a monitor of some kind. If it's imagery that's going to be executed as print media, then print it, and if it's going to be executed as video media, then show it on a monitor.
I worked with someone in the past, on projects made for tv, who demanded they see everything printed and not only is it inefficient, it logically makes no sense, and just never looks the same as the intended imagery, nor the final imagery. And almost always by way of looking considerably worse. Print is just altogether the wrong medium to present this stuff in and you're doing yourself and your clients a disservice by trying to shoehorn your stuff into the print pipeline for no reason other than probably "that's how we've always done it". You may think you have some unique reason why it has to be this way, but I guarantee you can figure out how to present it as it should be and no one will die in the process.
If you have to, spend $1000 on a big beautiful monitor or calibrated TV and show them what they'll ACTUALLY be getting.