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Blog Posts

Serially… illustrations

17 December 2013

We recently completed work on some illustrations and an animatic for the Kickstarter project “Serially…“. We were commissioned to develop a number of illustrations and an animatic for the start-up venture in order to visually represent the concepts offering. Therefore presenting…

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Mechanism-of-Action (MoA) medical animation

08 November 2013

Again working with the award winning healthcare digital agency emotive, we created this mechanism-of-action (MoA) CGI medical animation. With this type of 3D animation, viewers can see for themselves how it interacts with the complex mechanisms of the body, providing…

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Ollie & Dog – Character development and animation

08 November 2013

Working with the award winning healthcare digital agency emotive, we sought to develop a character based animation to facilitate the learning of how to use the Saizen Easypod device. We developed 8 individual elements including the menu screen using engaging characters…

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Storyboarding – Your Friend In Animation

09 October 2013

In both film and animation production, there are several stages of development which contribute to producing a high-end quality product. Right at beginning of this process, before a single frame of animation is produced, there should be the storyboarding stage….

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Laika set to deliver another treat!

29 July 2013

Back in February, Laika announced a new feature film in their pipeline called ‘The Boxtrolls‘. Now firmly in the grasps of production, this is their third project working with Focus Features (their latest being the award-nominated ParaNorman). Here at Sliced…

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Animation – how much?

18 July 2013

Its a question we get asked quite a lot, especially as animation can often be perceived to be the most expensive part of the video production process – a room full of animators slaving away over lightboxes? That’s got to…

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