• Animated showreel solutions delivered in under a week

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    Last week we were commisioned to produce an information-driven showreel for local business (and fellow Tomorrow Studio tenant) Intelligent Software Development. We were able to develop the idea with the from concept through to delivery in a matter of days. The brief allowed us scope to combine drawn animation, video footage and Google Earth simulations in an economical manner, with all parties pleased by the result. Two variations of the concept were completed, targeting two different markets.

    Here’s what clients Don and Michelle said about the process:

    Danimations delivered us a wonderful showreel in a very short timeframe and displayed a great deal of professionalism. They took our raw ideas and hard-to-deliver message and created a video to effectively draw in our customers. Danimations did not just deliver animation, they also showed a great deal of dedication and imagination.

  • Sound collaboration & charitable giving

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    Danimations recently collaborated with illustrator, web and new media designer John Newall on a multimedia project for the University of South Australia. Designed to encourage donations to further the cause of education in remote regional Australia, the University commissioned the development of a cost-effective embedded Flash slideshow that added a balance of information and emotional weight to their plee.

    Click here to view the embedded Flash slideshow

    John Newall led the project, guiding the scripting process and assembling the slideshow. He then enlisted our services in sourcing the right voice to deliver the message, directing and recording the session and post-mixing the voice with backing music. The task was turned around swiftly and seamlessly, with accomplished voice actor Lyn Pike delivering a strong performance. The finished piece greatly exceeded the clients’ expectations of what was achievable on their modest budget.

    To see more of John Newall’s work (his illustration work is fantastic), visit his website www.johnnewall.com

  • Dead Pixel Designs prove a popular purchase

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    Danimations launched its first wave of pixel art merchandise internationally under the label of ‘Dead Pixel Designs’ late last year. Since then, our products have been creating a bit of a buzz in the zazzle.com marketplace and we delighted so see a growing list of happy customers. Our most popular design, a recipe binder sporting a collection of cute pixel art fruit and vegetables (inspired by the retro arcade game Bubble Bobble) has already sold to customers in five different states of the USA. Here’s what Lana from Washington had to say about our product:

    Absolutely beautiful… and perfect for the collection of recipes I’ve gathered from the web. I have literally HUNDREDS of printouts, all ready to be put into binders, but I wanted something eye-catching and “classy” looking. These are precisely what I had in mind. I just ordered 6 of them.

    Thanks for the glowing compliment, Lana- we’re thrilled to have been able to help you get your kitchen in order! If you’re curious about our line of ‘Dead Pixel Designs’, have a browse through the widget below. All products are available worldwide.