If you’re into that sorta thing, you can see a little behind-the-scenes of our Millie Moreorless trailer on our Vimeo page. Tecnhical-wise, the trailers’s modelled and animated in Maya (based on the adorable 2D character designs from Nick Stoney) and composited in Nuke (using a few custom doodahs like a little SSAO Blinkscript we made that we’re totally using on everything), with a ton of matte painting in Photoshop and Illustrator, in case you’re thinking of making your own or whatever…
Hey, our story trailer for iOS puzzle game The Amazing Adventures of Millie Moreorless is out at last! Check it out here. We made that a while back and we still can’t get that tune out of our heads. It is MAD catchy.
Some more 2D/3D FX experiments for our short film project.
YES! The Bartkira trailer is coming…soon? Here’s a behind-the-scenes of our sections – we did the opening logo animation, and all the typography, plus the 90s VHS grading. Big ups to Ben McSweeney for the hiragana Bartkira logo. You can see some more details on the project page. And, even better, you can read the whole Bartkira (so far!) on the official site. Millhouuuuuuusseeeeeeee!
Sometimes we make 2D animation, and sometimes we make 3D animation, and sometimes we make both at the same time just to see what happens. These are some little FX experiments for our short film project “Probably Just a Cat”.