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Recording Brian Blessed as the Fearsome Beastie

Co-Directors Katie Steed and and Jon Hunt with Producer Aaron Wood (and Brian Blessed of course). Recording Brian Blessed as the Fearsome Beastie was an experience that I’m going to remember for a very long time. Not only was Brian incredibly professional … Read more ⇒

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Brian Blessed to be the voice of the Beastie

We are so very happy to be able to announce the casting of Brian Blessed in our new short film: The Fearsome Beastie. Brian is a hugely talented and popular British accent, who is most famous for roles as diverse … Read more ⇒

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Terakeet – when character animation and motion graphics combine

With the web allowing people to connect and influence one another like never before, how do brands reach and influence the people that matter to their business? This is a problem faced by many online businesses, and it’s a problem … Read more ⇒

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Ecard season again!

Christmas is coming, and that means it’s ecards season again! We make ecards for all sorts of people, from individual families to big corporations. Animated ecards are a wonderful solution to the traditional yuletide scramble of trying desperately to acknowledge … Read more ⇒

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Hire the Barman – a whiteboard animation

Whiteboard animations seem to be having a bit of a resurgence at the moment, mostly thanks to the RSA Animate scheme. This style of animation, which features a hand illustrating the narrator’s words, is a fantastic way of livening up … Read more ⇒

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Moving offices – the animated way

Proving that animation truly is the ultimate tool for communicating all sorts of messages and ideas, today we finished a short animation announcing that a company (Tarisio; sellers of  beautiful stringed instruments) is moving offices. We had previously created a … Read more ⇒

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Cozio – a journey through time

Tarisio and Cozio both deal with the pricing and selling of rare and vintage violins; from genuine handcrafted Stradivarius’ to Lord Byron’s own instrument. On September 26th, Tarisio announced the acquisition of Cozio, and they decided to celebrate and share … Read more ⇒

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Seedrs Animation

Investing in start-up projects, whether for financial, personal or philanthropic reasons, can make such a huge difference in the lives of the people who need the capital to start building their future. In this way, by getting small amounts of … Read more ⇒

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GL Assessments – animated education

[iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/44807195″ width=”500″ height=”281″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen] We’ve just finished work on a film for GL Assessments, who are a leading provider of independent tests and assessments for school aged children. The aim of the film was to deliver a … Read more ⇒

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Annecy favourites – Irish Animation

Every year Annecy Animation festival focusses on the animation films of a different country, and this year, the honour went to Ireland. Irish animation as we know it today began in 1985 when the Sullivan Bluth Studios arrived in Dublin … Read more ⇒

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