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We not only work on our own films, but also provide rigging and animation services for other companies on occasion. This was a really fun project to work on, lead by the very talented digital artist Thomas Mangold who directed … Continue reading
A short film informing NHS patients of the new Friends and Family Test questionnaire which is now being introduced in G.P surgeries, dentists and other health care facilities. We created these friendly and colourful characters in keeping with the simple … Continue reading
We created this crazy cut out world for NHS England to promote the possibilities that come with a wide-ranging digital service. The star of the show Egbot even had his own cardboard cut out displayed at Expos across the country!
This is a short film which we had a lot of fun making, it was a short turn around job but one where the limitations became the strengths of the final film, choosing a simple idea, paring the film down … Continue reading
Cor lummy, we only went and won something with our (very) short film On The Bus! Huge thanks to all the lovely folks at Encounters who organise such an awesome festival in Bristol every year!
Matinai recently took part in the 1st Encounters 0117 Hour Film Challenge, made in conjunction with the opening of the MShed, Bristol’s newest museum. There were 30 finished films entered, with the majority being live action, due to the difficulties … Continue reading
Matt was asked back for the third time to lecture on face rigging and animation on the MA Computer Animation course at Bournemouth University. He spent a couple of days going through various techniques both tried and tested and with … Continue reading
A couple of spec pitch images for Maverick Productions ‘Big Yin’ featuring Billy Connelly travelling along Route 66.
We recently completed work for Maverick Television on the Primetime Channel 4 series, Animal Madhouse. The majority of the work centered around instructional graphics depicting various animal ailments, clips of which you can see on the work page. We also … Continue reading