The animation ought to be a wide-ranged modelling providing guidance to each and every part of the hotel.Various common areas including the lobby, conference rooms, the main restaurant, the Fitness& Spa Center, the Turkish bath and VIP Turkish baths, massage rooms, the executive lounge, the pool, resting rooms and moreover standard rooms, suites, the presidential suite were modeled in 4 months.All modeled areas were turned into a 4.30 seconds animation of 6750 frames after a sixty days render process.This animation became an important element in introducing Sheraton Bursa.
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Kalamis Liman Restaurant was designed by Atölye A Architecture.An animated film was needed for the presentation of the project. The aim of the animated film which was prepared by Ayhan Güneri Architects, was reflected realism of the restaurant.The modeling phase of the 10 day period Kalamis Liman Restaurant, consisting of 1600 square 64 seconds of animation to rendering stage, have been completed in 800 hours.Project presentation prepared for the animation, 3dsmax, v-ray programs; xeon 16-core 48 GB ram dell workstation hardware was used.
The inspiration comes from the English name, as bubbles are associated with inspiration and wonder. the logo consists of a bubble and a simple heart. They can also be presented in many different ways, as shown in the animation video. The video also shows its application potentials in many aspects of children’s surrounding and activities. ‘Infinite imagination’ is illustrated in combining real life objects and transforming them into interesting pictures, which present a colorful world through the eyes of children. All the sound effects are human sounds without any synthetic, digital.
Drugo is a short animated film that offers an allegorical take on 40 years of worldwide “war on drugs”. The spot is part of an international campaign by The Global Commission on Drug Policy, which aims to foster a broader discussion about drug policy reform. The art direction, though heavily based on medieval imagery, also incorporates a few contemporary references like helicopters and modern-day favelas, which together with the archetypical language of the fairy tale imparts an atemporal feeling that echoes the convoluted, centuries-old relationship between humankind and recreational
Created exclusively in stop motion animation, with an art direction and production at the same time richly detailed and artisanal, inspired by Brazilian popular handicraft.The title sequence script recaps the main character’s journey through the Brazilian countryside, across different regions and landscapes. The whole voyage is deliberately shown as taking place within a single stage-like structure, with changes of scenery carried out through ingenious mechanical tricks that echo the theatrical essence of the full-length film’s narrative structure, which was based on two of Nóbrega’s plays.