We have been working closely with The New York Times creative department T-Brand Studio to create 3D animated VFX for cleaner oil and gas initiatives by Statoil. This project is about oil and gas initiatives to drive efficiency while reducing environmental impact. Brought in at the design stage, we discussed the clients […]Read More
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Working with Peter Windsor and Craig Scarborough, our series of F1 technical animations are available on youtube almost immediately after each race weekend via racer.com’s official channel. We’ve put them all together in manufacturer specific playlists for easy viewing and will keep the lists up to date throughout the year. [fancy_header type=”1″ […]Read More
After sharing our short film and receiving the huge positive response from everyone we are pleased to now share some of the work that went on to bring BB-8 to life in this BB8 in London Making of post. First off though we want to thank reddit, especially subscribers of r/London […]Read More
BB-8 takes a break from filming at nearby Pinewood studios to explore London’s famous sights and visit ILM London With Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out in cinemas shortly we couldn’t help but get inspired by the new BB-8 droid character to make a fun short film. With a […]Read More
Your questions answered on the price of animation, from blockbuster films to bespoke commissions. Animation is often considered to be expensive, but the reality is the costs involved fluctuate wildly across different media platforms and art styles. A small animated promo project can be very affordable when compared to feature film budgets, so […]Read More
To complement my interview with ex Disney animator Stephane Mangin, I caught up with Japanese VFX artist Yasunobu Arahori to get his thoughts on the differences between animating in Japan, Canada and England. Having animated in multiple companies, countries and roles over the past 12 years, he shares his thoughts on […]Read More