Animation Shot List:
Animation is a collaborative effort, so here is a list of exactly what I did for each shot. Unless otherwise noted, I created the character animation on these and others did the compositing and effects.
1. My Little Pony Twilight Sparkle: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony.
2. Ugly Mutt: Animated in Flash
3. Nick Hurdle: Rotoscope animation animated off live action in Toon Boom Harmony
4. Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life: Assistant animation in Photoshop
5. Nick Hurdle: Rotoscope animation animated off live action in Toon Boom Harmony
6. Trix kid: Animated on paper
7. Smart Max guy sequence: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony
8. Fly Away: Animated in After Effects
9. Personal animation: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony
10. Corporate animation: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony
11. The Awesomes: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony
12. Ugly Mutt: animated in Flash
13. Chicken animation: Animated in Photoshop
14. Corporate animation: Animated in Toon Boom Harmony
15. Nick Skate: Rotoscope animation animated off live action in Toon Boom Harmony
16. Nick Hurdle: Rotoscope animation animated off live action in Toon Boom Harmony
17. Kid Cuisine: Traditionally animated and colored in Harmony, layouts to final with another animator. Assistants helped with final lines
18. Lucky Charms: Unicorn: Traditionally animated, cleaned up, and colored the unicorn in Harmony. Two assistants helped with the final lines. Catherine animated Lucky, and I helped on some of his cleanup.
Here's a small look into the process of animation! Animation is such a collaborative process, especially in longer format such as tv shows and movies. Producers, directors, writers, voice actors, layout artists, prop designers, character designers, background artists, animators, compositors, etc all work really hard to deliver quality entertainment.
I have worked on key animation for three seasons of Seth Meyer's animated show, The Awesomes. Episode 3 of season 3 was definitively my favorite to work on. I did key animation on this sequence of Hotwire singing. After the keys are approved, an animator takes the scenes and inbetweens all the movements including lip sync and hair follow through.
Video for US Women's Soccer Team's Ali Krieger aired online for the 2016 Olympics
I did the storyboards, drawing, and animation for this video through Calabash Animation for the US Women's Soccer team.
For work history, please check out Sarah's LinkedIn page.