The Incredibles is a 2004 computer-animated feature film produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures, centering around a family of superheroes. It was written and directed by Brad Bird, a former director of The Simpsons who has also directed the 1999 animated movie The Iron Giant and the 2007 Disney Pixar film Ratatouille. […]
Post Production Design Studio: Elastic Creative Director: Lisa Bolan Designers: EJ Kang, Heidi Berg, Hazel Baird, Erika Bird Lead Animator: EJ Kang Cell Animation: Michael Relth, Lyuben Dimitrov Roto Artist: Tiffany Germann Producer: Michael Ross Pitch Producer: Meredith Cherniack Executive Producer: Luke Colson Head of Production: Kate Berry Managing Director: Jennifer Sofio Hall
Title sequence for the movie “LA VRAIE VIE DES PROFS” Movie directed by Albert P. LAZARO and Manu KLOTZ Title sequence by Alexis Beaumont and Michel ‘Mitch’ Pecqueur Storyboard and preliminary concept, 2D pixel animation and photography : Alexis Beaumont Background mattepaintings, 3D animation, compositing, motion design, additional 2D pixel animation and additional photography : […]
Surreal film telling the story of strange characters moving around in a complex choreography of interlaced paths. Official Opening Titles for Offf Festival 2017, and an hommage to Oscar-winning 1982 film “Tango” by Zbigniew Rybszynski. CREDITS Directed by : Julien Vallée & Eve Duhamel Produced by : Sailor Productions Cinematographer : John Londono Choreographer : […]
Run All Night. Warner Brothers (Director Jaume Collet-Serra) Main Titles, End Credits Produced by: Elastic Creative Director: Patrick Clair Lead Artist: Raoul Marks Design: Patrick Clair, Paul Kim, Kevin Heo 2D Animation: Jip Jeong Flame Artists: Andy McKenna, Andy Bate, Steve Wolff Online Editor: Dan Ellis, Kevin Stokes Flame Assist: Gabe Sanchez Producer: Meredith Cherniack […]
The creative process spanned almost four months, involving upwards of 30 artists and producers, who worked closely with Kleinman to define the images, style and tone of the sequence. For teams accustomed to creating shorter, snappier commercial spots, the Bond titles are a chance to approach the work in a different way: ‘There’s more scope, […]
Through a mix of live action plates, CG elements and motion graphics, We are Royale provided a unique perspective on the world. Taking this even further, the first and last shot of the sequence will change for each and every episode.
Shine designed and animated the title sequence for “The Back-up Plan” for CBS Films. Director Alan Poul said, “Shine came in with the best ideas, and I think together we developed a concept that both sets the appropriate tone for the film and delivers really original visuals. It’s exactly what I wanted.”