This month at See No Evil they have the immensely talented Analog Studio. They are a creative visual effects studio based in London producing commercials, music videos, short films and web content. I’ve put a small example of their work above – their recent exploding room for Citizen watches. They produce original content and work together with directors and animators on unique ideas for film and television – and have been featured here a few times on dotmogo. (UKTV Watch idents, CBS Chellozone rebrand and Discovery SCi , to name a few…)
Between them, they have been awarded a VES, Bafta, RTS, Promax BDA Gold and had work nominated for an Emmy, RTS, D&AD - so they definitely know what they’re talking about!
As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of their friends at Stash Magazine.
So get down to SNE where you can meet some liked minded creative people, and have some fun in the process!
June 4th | Doors Open 7.00pm | Talk Starts 7.30pm |Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
I was recently approached by Pryce Duncalf – head Honcho of animation and VFX studio Nimble Gimbal about his latest 3D project for a Discovery show called Swimming With Monsters produced by Spun Gold.
I don’t know about you, but I always tend to take it for granted that 3D animators are knocking out technically accurate 3D animals of various sorts all the time with the myriad of templates available. However after talking to Pryce, I realised that it wasn’t as simple as that! Continue reading “Nimble Gimbal – Swimming With Monsters 3D animation” »
Ok it’s taken a while to get this together and as there’s so much great work out there we have decided to split this post in to two.
In part one we will look at best 2D animation, 3D animation, title sequences, TV promo and experimental pieces. One thing we realised is that lots of the categories we chose overlap with each other – however it wouldn’t be practical to lump everything into one big blob of visual mayhem – so bear with us! The main thing is that we want to champion amazing work with UK involvement – I think we are world leaders in motion and design – so, lets show it off! Continue reading “Best of 2012 in motion graphics & animation part 1” »
2012-supposedly a year of apocalyptic change and even the end of the world, if you believe any of the Mayan prohecies. Admittedly there have been some pretty big upsets in the world – both politically and environmentally in 2012, but the fields of motion graphics, animation and VFX seem to be pretty damn fertile to me!
This is a call out to everyone involved in these areas to see what you thought were the outstanding pieces of work from the UK in 2012. Just to be clear dotmogo is all about championing UK talent, so although the work might have originated in another country, as long as there is some kind of UK involvement, that’s ok.
So, don’t be shy – send in your suggestions and with the help of some notable creative directors from the TV and post production industries, the dotmogo team will sit down over a glass of mulled eggnog and try and make sense of it all.