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Projects update May 2014

20 May 2014

Things have been nice and busy over here at Sliced Bread Animation, so we thought we would provide you with a bit of an update on what we’ve been doing. We recently completed work on 2 films for the European…

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Explaining UNIQA’s youth package through animation – wunderbar!

29 April 2014

Our latest 2D animation has just been launched on UNIQA’s website. UNIQA is central and eastern Europe’s biggest insurance provider and our first German speaking corporate client – wunderbar! (woohey!). The hand drawn animation illustrates in a simple, effective and subtly…

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More hand drawn whiteboard explainer videos for Kuoni

24 April 2014

Following on from the success of the Kuoni Universe we recently completed another 5 hand drawn whiteboard explainer videos as part of Kuoni’s Annual Report collateral. Again, the objective was to create hand drawn whiteboard explainer videos that explains the full…

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Explaining a London-based PR agency through animation…

16 April 2014

As part of a new business pitch for a prospective client, we assisted a London-based PR agency in developing animation sequences to be inserted into a Prezi presentation. We were provided with 8 concept themes which related to key service offerings…

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Emotive use Oculus Rift and Xbox Kinect to help explore inside a diabetic patient

16 April 2014

We recently completed work on an Oculus Rift project called ‘Diabetes Voyager’, working with the award winning healthcare digital agency emotive, our main role was creation of the in-game 3D models, animation and lighting using Maya and Unity. This emerging technology…

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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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