Infinate Doom

GoldenWolf design”Infinite Doom” as an ident for¬†Adult Swim’s Venture Bros show. An infinate zoom, simply using a series of illustrations with a straight camera pan. Nice illustrations from clever angles add interest to very straight-forward animation.

W Idents

Art & Graft produce a series of idents for the newly Branded W freeview TV station (formerly UKTV). Using a constant camera speed they’ve created an infinite tunnel, with a diamond matte opening between each and tracked letterforms.

Fears

Nata Metlukh creates a hand-drawn short, morphing through different perspectives in colourful city environments.
 

Mini – Rocketman Concept

Plenty of ideas in this one from pop up books to 3D tracking, all explaining the new mini, all as a model on an inventor’s desk.

4seven idents

More difficult than you would imagine to make. Rotating landscape cube.

Secrets of the Taxman

We used quirky animation and a mixed paper layout to roam across individuals and details in for Dispatches’ investigation into HMRC. Elements are drawn appear with marker pens to direct the viewer to different areas.
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Short Depth of Field

A simple technique to use on photographs, some with poorer resolution to add a little more mystery to a rostrum move.
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Channel 4 Ident

Classic series of idents using a moving camera to reveal a logo in 3D space.

The Boy with the Incredible Brain

Graphics from the documentary, focusing on light and refraction.

Stills Move

Very simple move on stills, replicating a rostrum move, but we’ve added a more complex 3D virtual camera, a tighter depth of field, a table setting with lighting and a glossy reflection to the photographs.
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MTV: P.O.V.

Old diagrams are animated in 2D and 3D to create a vintage looking title sequence with a graphic feel.