The storyboard is an original concept of my daughter based on the Philippine folk tale, The Sun and the Moon.
N and her group created the animation for their 2D Animation class in college in 2014.
I don’t know how their professor rated the project, but I’m sure they got a good grade for the storyboard, alone.
My first entry for #SundayFunday.
This (screengrab) was taken at the ICON Manila 2017 event.
Participants were queuing upÂ to request autographs of speakers and resource persons.
The Icon Manila 2017 was held at the College of St. Benilde in Manila.
N said she had a great time listening and learning from the experts during the two-day event. The tickets may be costly, but it’s all worth it. Besides, the proceeds will go to worthy causes, such as humanitarian and medical missions.
By the way, the person in the video is Goro Fujita, one of the event’s speakers. He is a visual development artist at DreamWorks Animation, who worked on Merry Madagascar, Megamind, and The Boss Baby, to name a few.
K made this storyboard sample as requirement for his 2D animation subject last year. Title: There’s a monster under my bed
After the successful completion of their thesis, N and her classmates have completed another school project that debunks myths about sexual harassment. The project involved information and interview from a resource person representing an organization that caters to sexual harassment cases. The project is presented inÂ a 3-minute video. The characters include women in certain sectors of society. After reading about martin guitar musicians friend, this infomercial is a good basis to learn more about harassment in public spaces.
N attended their school seminar last year and was able to get Armand Serrano’s autograph. She missed a photograph with the veteran animation artist though.
N was able to secure an Icon Manila certificate when she attended a one-day workshop in 2015. Armand Serrano was one of the speakers.