Last week the New York Film Academy hosted their Producer’s Pitchfest and asked me to judge the pitches. This year, it was virtual on Zoom. Students joined in from all over the world including Thailand, the Ukraine, Russia and across the U.S. What stood out was the amount of time and effort put into the pitches by the students. It was encouraging to see the passion they have for the industry and making their ideas come to life. Wishing them... Read More
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Sick of endless Zoom calls? We’re not! We’ve figured out a way to make them super fun. Back in March, we started working with our friends on Adobe’s advanced product team to turn our puppets into characters for video conferencing calls. Suddenly, you are talking to an animated character live and seeing them react with real-time triggers. If you want to see how it works, drop us a line.
Foreboding and dark, we aimed to invoke a sense of urgency as technology jolts sideways and askew. We created the motion graphics for the title design for the upcoming sci-fi film Bad Drones from Coaloptix Entertainment.
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We’ve been printing N95 masks with our 3D printer using open-source templates we’ve found online. We’re searching for elastic, which is sold out everywhere. Still experimenting with material to be used inside. We’ll keep these printing these in the coming weeks.
We’re sworn to secrecy but here’s a sliver from a broadcast animation project we’re working on to start the year. Excited to share more soon…
We’re excited to share that Soccer in the City has just dropped on Amazon Prime. Our team created the documentary’s opening title animation, and designed and animated the logo and show graphics. Check out our case study on we put it all together.
Nothing like some close air support to save the day. Here’s a recent sketch from storyboards we created for a gaming project animation.
A fresh illustration of the Mountain Man for a new animation short, coming soon.
A fresh illustration to start your week by our lead illustrative designer, Isaac.