Dirigida por Matt Braly. I remember thinking how cool it was that Sprig could move in that way, and also— oh yeah, he’s totally lost it. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUpon Tumblr Pinterest Reddit VKontakte Odnoklassniki Pocket. They leaned into a nice “The Hobbit” misty mountains vibe and I’m super happy with the results. … Kat Marusik and Kyler Spears did fantastic work wringing every ounce of cuteness out of this board as possible. THIS IS NOT A DRILL (via bipper-billdipper-deactivated20) From there we reverse engineered the story into a “whodunit” where the family became addicted to binge-watching TV - a concept that should NOT exist at all in Amphibia. There are some lovely special poses in this episode done by Joe Sparrow. Not to mention how they brought “web crusties” to life…gives me the heebie-jeebies just thinking about them! It was one of the first episodes boarded so we were still finding our voice. Later, when we moved the script from development to production, we realized it would be better to tell it from Anne’s POV, so we could show her becoming a more integral part of the Plantar family. Artwork by Joe Sparrow, Erik Elizarrez, Daniaelle Simonson, and Carol Wyatt: Art director Ian Worrel and his team of did an amazing job establishing the intial look and feel of Amphibia with this episode. For him, the process of bg design and paint are often combined. Sprig being a cold-blooded frog vs. Anne being a warm-blooded human meant the room temp would definitely be a big issue. This episode was his baby and I watched him develop this thing from the ground up. Beguiling, hostiling, we’re all suspicious isling! The only thing more impressive than their individual abilities is how well they compliment each other. Filter by post type. The shape language of Amphibia’s characters is deliberately soft and volumetric. This is the first episode boarded by Jenn Strickland and Steve Wolfhard, two board artists who I deeply admire and geek-out over regularly. To mark to occasion, here’s some audio from the GF box set commentary on Summerween where Alex Hirsch, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Matt Braly all discuss the two times in the episode where Disney had concerns with certain scenes. That’s not very heterosexual of you Sasha. BGs by Ian Worrel, Daniaelle Simonson, Phillip Vose, Sunjae Lee, Joey McCormick, Elle Michalka, Jules Itzkof: That’s it for “Taking Charge!” See you next time! Song Disney Channel. Them being frogs and all. Both are such natural comedians and knew how to push and pull the characters in fun ways that never broke them. The creatures and monsters however are intentionally jagged and horrifying. “Hop Luck was a script that Matt and I wrote when Amphibia was still in development. He brought a naturalistic feel to the monster that actually makes it feel scarier. This episode was storyboarded by Kyler Spears and Kat Marusik. Maddie as a character is someone who existed all the way back in development but I really like how she turned out in the actual series. Here’s a particular highlight, boarded by Hannah Ayoubi, which introduces the character Leopold Loggle. There's a million things I haven't done — So was anybody gonna tell me Matt Braly's mother... 1.5M ratings 277k ratings See, that’s what the app is perfect for. We also get some nice looks at Anne’s nook here. Colors by Daniaelle Simonson and Carol Wyatt. “Here’s an interesting bit of trivia: “Best Fronds” is actually an adjusted version of Amphibia’s original pilot. Who steal a frog music box and transported to another world. Since photography hasn’t been invented in Amphibia yet, we developed a short hand for the kinds of photorealistic paintings they’d have hanging around. - According to Matt Braly, Anne Boonchuy's ethnicity is Thai-American just like him. Props to Andy and Jenn for building what looks like some kind of story progression to these images. I don't know how tumblr works, but I'll also post my art here I guess. Matthew Benjamin "Matt" Braly is a Filipino-American writer, animator, storyboard artist, director, and voice actor. It’s also worth noting that this is the first episode to feature painted portraits like the one of Hop Pop with his cane. Matt Braly. This was an important episode in terms of finding out how the characters would behave around each other during the status quo. Also editing his was hell my PC froze twice and crashed once. This episode was boarded by Hannah Ayoubi and Aaron Austin. Here’s an excerpt of a pivotal scene from Best Fronds: Storyboards. amphibians activities amphibians and reptiles preschool amphibians crafts amphibians kindergarten amphibians preschool. In the writers room, everyone was excited about this episode because it goes to an insanely fun place, with teapots for heads and fighting off corn monsters with power ups. That should do it for “Best Fronds!” Next up is “Cane Crazy!” Thanks and have a good one. “Cane Crazy was one of the first episodes to start expanding the town of Wartwood beyond the Plantars. Work by Ian Worrel, Sun Jae Lee, Phillip Vose, Amanda Winterstein, and Elle Michalka. Amphibia is script driven, meaning that much of a story’s DNA and structure are figured out before the storyboard launch. I will never grow tired of these wonderful expressions courtesy of Steve: Another point of interest is how much we abused Hop Pop in this episode. Since this episode was boarded after our board team was assembled, it’s almost as if Kyler and Kat provided the official “answer” to the test! Kudos to Jack Ferraiolo, who wrote this one with me, for making this episode an absolute blast.”. I also wanted to include some version of toenail clipping; but since frogs don’t have nails, we came up with “web crusties.” Seeing how the artists rendered everything with was so fun and impressive! In fact, the part of Sprig had not been cast yet, so we didn’t know what he sounded like and, as a character, he still felt very generic. SINOPSIS & INFO Serie de animación infantil de Disney Channel en la que Anne Boonchuy, una niña de trece años mitad tailandesa – mitad americana, es transportada mágicamente al mundo de Amphibia, un lugar habitado por ranas. Here we'll be posting storyboards, character designs, backgrounds, animatics and more. TVA had decided to move development to a new office space, so Matt and I were forced to share a smallish office. She even built a rig at home so that she could easily film the material: Afterwards, it was added to Anne’s hair via After Effects. When we decided to use this premise much later, it was retooled in production by Gloria Shen, who added some amazing touches like Hop Pop’s monologue about “Charlie Big Bottom.”. Images of Anne Boonchuy from Amphibia. The following montage was boarded by Cheyenne and has a delightful escalation of tension between Anne and Sprig as they get on each other’s nerves. It was ambitious and a bit risky, but essential to establishing the world and characters the way he wanted. - Matt Braly. That’s all for “Cane Crazy!”  Tune in next week for an in depth look at “Flood, Sweat, and Tears!”  Alright, goodbye! I’m from New Haven. This song was actually written by Leslie Wolfhard, Steve’s wife! Here’s an excerpt of a pivotal scene from Best Fronds: Storyboards. Jenn has such a natural talent for coming up with hilarious expressions, amazing posing and dynamic staging while Steve is a master of charm, gentle comedy, and what I like to call “lumpy perfection.”  We are so lucky to have had them on this episode - they brought out such wonderful things in the characters. He is best known for creating and executive-producing the Disney Channel animated series Amphibia, as well as directing on Gravity Falls and Big City Greens This episode was boarded by Hannah Ayoubi and Derek Kirk Kim (who also directed the episode). A bread baked in the shape of a spider is muah *chef’s kiss*! That’s all for now! The show follows two friends from different places. The real challenge of this episode was the flooded basement. Even so, you can feel the world and characters coming to life. - Matt Braly. He had complete faith that the audience wouldn’t be thrown off by it, and he was absolutely right. I can’t help it. Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. Amphibia is an American animated television series created by Matt Braly and produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney Channel.The series features the voices of Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer, and Amanda Leighton.It premiered on June 17, 2019. It’s more likely than you think. Photo. 10/10, would help out again.”. When you wanna practice the style of the show but also have Sashannarcy feels while listening to Yellowcard’s version of Christmas Lights and All Time Low’s Fools Holiday, My girlfriend’s back and you’re gonna get in trouble~. Matthew Benjakarn "Matt" Braly (born November 8, 1988) is a Thai-American animator, writer, director, producer, storyboard artist, and voice actor. (For example, Matt’s pretty ambivalent about pineapple pizza, but he wrote the bit in part because he knew my opinion on it was… less ambivalent. 1 being how Stan finally scared … It's where your interests connect you with your people. Props by Andy Gonsalves. To that end I think Kat and Kyler did a great job keeping things light and fun regardless of the heavy topic. Bgs by Ian Worrel, Elle Michalka, Sun Jae Lee, Jules Itzkoff, Joey McCormick, Amanda Winterstein, Daniaelle Simonson, and Phillip Vose. BGs by Ian Worrel, Phillip Vose, Joey McCormick, Jules Itzkof, Elle Michalka, and Daniaelle Simponson. “Matt had the brilliant idea to start “Anne or Beast” from Sprig’s point of view, then switch mid-episode to Anne’s. a-sidekick:. Your one stop shop for all things related to the production of Disney Channel's new show, Amphibia! I couldn’t believe it when I finally saw it! Her clothespin hair tie is especially cute to me. Daniaelle had this amazing idea to film iridescent cellophane rotating on a turntable and run that footage through a kaleidoscope filter on her phone. Quote. Making an old joke twice? I love when we can push Anne’s face in cartoony ways even though she’s the least stretchy of the main characters. This episode also features strong revisions by Janine Chang: Drew is a master of hilariously extreme expressions. Jeff was a very talented writer we were lucky to work with briefly in the very early days of season 1. Very intriguing that the 3 gems on the calamity box are in the poster probably as a sign of the girls and amphibia kingdoms clashing/meeting again. We ultimately wanted them to feel part of the murk so we leaned towards earth tones. She was able to make Anne feel very sympathetic as she laments missing her home: The second was boarded by Aaron Austin, who birthed one of the episode’s best moments - when Sprig explains why most other kids don’t get him: It’s worth noting that the whole concept of “friend punch” was authored by Aaron. WE HAVE BEEN WAITING 3 YEARS FOR THIS OKAY. Second, this isn’t inspired by Friday Night at Freddy’s or whatever it’s called. Creator/EP of Disney's Amphibia and cat worshiper “I was lucky enough to come into Amphibia and work with Matt and Jack pretty early on in the show. And the craziest part of this craziness is that 10 fake episodes of the show were designed as thumbnails. This inspired him to get into animation so that he can tell his own stories. Color styling by Carol Wyatt and Daniaelle Simonson: But the craziest part of this episode’s design process was having to design Suspicion Island. The crew worked together to come up with Amphibia-specific versions of these points of conflict. The story originally had the title Passing the Ladle, and was told from Sprig’s POV. Check out this side by side comparison of board panel to final picture: The scary Lampreys were designed by Joe Sparrow, who always gave us fun color options with his rough sketches. Link. on YouTube. I credit this success in part to the amazing team of board artists we had for this episode: Cheyenne Curtis and Drew Applegate. orbtus384. First let me say if you’ve liked the last 2 episodes, give some props to Matt Braly who directed both of them. writeroffanfiction said: I just realized something Anne is the paladin Sasha the fighter and Marcy is the Ranger. All posts. Revisions were done by Kim Roberson, Steve Wolfhard, Silver Paul, and Nate Maurer. Artwork by Joe Sparrow, Erik Elizarrez, Brandon Wu, Andy Gonsalves, Daniaelle Simonson, and Carol Wyatt: It was important to us that the human world feel relatively drab compared to Amphibia. This episode was boarded by Hannah Ayoubi and Aaron Austin. We were having fun, trying to surprise each other and make each other laugh. He had complete faith that the audience wouldn’t be thrown off by it, and he was absolutely right. The forest has the perfect blend of wonderment and intimidation while the town feels simultaneously exotic and incredibly cozy. Some great work was also done on the Doomtree by painter Elle Michalka to make it feel uncomfortable and dangerous. matt braly on twitter < > Most recent. Created and executive produced by Matt Braly (Gravity Falls), the fantastical series is inspired by his heritage, family and childhood trips to Bangkok, Thailand. This episode is unique in that it has Sprig singing a song on his fiddle as the family quests along. The idea for the Zap-apede to have + and - shaped pupils came directly from Steve. I remember having everyone listen to “Yakety Sax” while they boarded to help make sure the chase felt fun. Matt Braly grew up listening to his grandmother tell stories about her life as a little girl in the Philippines. in this case, Taking Charge was conceived because it made me INSANE that Anne’s phone has lasted as long as it has without running out of power. Most popular Most recent. Here’s an excerpt of a pivotal scene from Best Fronds: This episode was boarded by Hannah Ayoubi and Aaron Austin. When we wrote the first version of it, Matt and I had only been working together for a relatively short time. Fun fact: the garden wall from this episode is the same as the one featured in the ending credits. Dirigida por Matt Braly. 1 Promotional 2 Concept art 3 Screenshots 3.1 Season One 3.2 Season Two 4 Miscellaneous Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery This was such a fun episode to write because it let the characters just bounce off each other in organic ways. This is the first time we see Sprig’s room, and it fits him perfectly–the hammock bed, the terrariums, the hanging model dragonflies. It feels like a real show: BG wise, the team got to stretch their legs with a location that feels nothing like our normal setting. It's where your interests connect you with your people. All so that Anne could scroll by them in an instant. Props by Andy Gonsalves and color styling by Daniaelle Simonson, Ian Worrel, and Carol Wyatt: The big challenge for this episode was figuring out how the world would look like during Anne and Hop Pop’s “trip.”  Elle Michalka, one of our painters, settled on something really nice: trippy but with a restrained palette. It was not in the script. The following is an excerpt of two of the episode’s most memorable moments: the pizza joke and the introduction of Maddie Flour. For example: Sprig can go a little mad at times. Artwork by Ian Worrel, Daniaelle Simonson, Joey McCormick, Sun Jae Lee, Elle Michalka, and Amanda Winterstein. BG design wise, it was fun for the team to “infest” Anne’s room with Domino 2′s cobwebs. This was an important episode because it was one of our first stories (apart from Best Fronds) dealing with the issue of Anne missing home. The corn beast in this episode and “Tea-Pop” were both designed by the talented Brandon Wu. Orbtus384 Hi! - the island Anne finds herself and Amphibia takes place on is shaped like a lilypad. This world is inhabit by frogs and Anne meets Planter Family.