Alberto Mielgo has offered yet another behind-the-scenes look at the episode.
Writer and Director of Love, Death+Robots' Jibaro Alberto Mielgo continues breaking down the episode by offering yet another behind-the-scenes look at it. This time, the author released a four-minute-long video that demonstrates the animated storyboard behind Jibaro, created by Alberto.
Thanks to the new video, it is now possible to learn how each shot of the episode was planned out to be and how they were eventually turned into a smooth 3D animation. According to Alberto, the storyboard had to be extremely detailed so that every department could understand what was needed for each shot.
Previously, the artist also released a short breakdown that explained how the episode's sound effects were made. In this breakdown, Alberto revealed that the majority of sounds representing moving armor and jewelry were recorded using knives, forks, and other kitchen utensils.
And before that, the author released a series of character designs made for the show. The designs depict the main characters of the episode, as well as four soldiers, and reveal all of their names, except for the Golden Woman.