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Carl Productions – Artefact’s Animated Music Video

June 16, 2015 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

As you mostly know – dotmogo only posts work with some sort of UK involvement – and this new music video for “What I Want” by Sydney band Artefact – is no different…it amassed over 100,000 online views in the first week of release. Continue reading “Carl Productions – Artefact’s Animated Music Video” »

Steve Scott – Britain’s Got Talent Animated Trailer

May 12, 2015 by Tim Rabjohns | 1 Comment

I’m sure there’s many a time in your career as a director you have submitted scripts that are entirely surreal, over the top and never likely to get made.  What happens when the client comes back and actually wants to commission you and make your treatment (almost) as is….? Continue reading “Steve Scott – Britain’s Got Talent Animated Trailer” »

Animade Presents LoopdeLoop Animation Competition

April 22, 2015 by Tim Rabjohns | 1 Comment

Do you like looping animations?  Of course you do!  Long before Vine came along with their infuriatingly short loop length visual creatives had figured that animation was a brilliant medium to create narrative loops.  Amy Knight from London animation studio Animade contacted us to say that they were bringing the rather wonderful LoopDeLoop animation challenge to London. Continue reading “Animade Presents LoopdeLoop Animation Competition” »

Munk – New Shoreditch VFX & Animation Studio

April 7, 2015 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

I know that you might think we couldn’t possibly fit any more creative studios in East London, but it seems there is still room for experienced freelancers that set up on their own.  Most recently is Pryce Duncalf’s animation and VFX studio called Munk – he’s been in the industry for 13 years freelancing in animating commercials, visual effects, content, promos and channel identity with over 20 awards to his name. Continue reading “Munk – New Shoreditch VFX & Animation Studio” »

See No Evil April With Doug Hindson & Red Knuckles

March 31, 2015 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

See No Evil’s April edition sees a couple of cracking animators with very different styles each giving a talk.  First up Red Knuckles (Mario Ucci and Rick Thiele) who animated this wickedly good short film called Dark Noir –  co-created by Rafael Grampá, Absolut and Facebook fans worldwide.  Intriguingly, during a live interactive three-week period, on Facebook/Absolut, Grampá encouraged consumers to take part and influence the action and storyline as he wrote it. To help him transform his 2D characters and script into 3D, Grampá teamed up with Red Knuckles animation studio.  This collaboration premiered at MADE in Berlin. Continue reading “See No Evil April With Doug Hindson & Red Knuckles” »