This is the final design after many attempts and sketching photos
Final storyboard for the video made on Storyboard Pro.
Just a little clip I recorded when I was animating the fishy.
Another clip of my process, this time for Tapita.
Game Jam is a 72-hour video game-making competition that happens every 4 months. I got to be an animator/artist of an amazing team of talented game developers for the 53rd Game Jam.
This was intended to be used as the animation for the truck turning, but there was not enough time to integrate it in the game. Still remains one of my favorite bits I got to animate for the game!
Here is our very stressed stork ready to deliver babies to expecting parents. In the game, he rides in the back of the pick-up truck spinning around and delivering babies!
This was simple loop made to indicate the windows in which you had to deliver babies to!
Here are the babies I designed for the game. Aren't they adorable???
We returned to the Game Jam competition. This time with a shooter game for which I got to animate some special effects and create the title screen.
Here's the mega explosion for the blobs that are coming to devour the island in the game.
Our technical artist created a blob from these swirls to make the creatures more threatening!
This is the generic explosion for the bobs get destroyed.
We had 24 hours to come up with a 30-second animated film with the prompt "What does family mean to you?".
Storyboard by Wilma Miranda - Character Design by WM - Animation by WM, Charlynn Rosario, Alex Shaw - Backgrounds by Julian Acevedo - Production by Nora Jirau
The prompt for 2020 was "how the pandemic affected you".
Storyboard by Nora Jirau - Character design by Wilma Miranda, Alex Shaw - Animation by WM, Charlynn Rosario, Alex Shaw, Julian Acevedo - Backgrounds by Julian Acevedo - Production by Nora Jirau
In a dimension where everything is made out of yarn, buttons, sequins, and felt, Clara goes on a whimsical adventure as she chases the Moon's yarnball.
Storyboard by Wilma Miranda - Animation by WM, Rangely García, Orlando Santiago - Visual Development by WM, Ralphie Rivera - Compositing by Orlando Santiago
Even with the little time we had, I loved working on this project and getting to indulge in lovey-doey characters/story. The song is about unconditional love in its maximum expression.
Storyboard/Character Design/Animation by Wilma Miranda - Backgrounds/Clean-Up by Nora Jirau - Composite by Emanuel Rodriguez
On this project, I got to rig and animate Tapita using cut-out animation on Toon Boom.
Storyboard by Rangely Garcia - Puppet Animation by Wilma Miranda - Intro Animation by Celina Garrido - Backgrounds by Ralphie Rivera - Composite by Orlando Santiago