This is the big show in Terlingua, Texas. The Verde Chili Cook-off is relatively new, but celebrating year five. We moved away from the Chili Peppers, Deserts and Skeleton motifs for something a bit more jovial this year. If you are looking for where to get your spices, use the QR Code and our good…
Janimation was tasked with bringing Bimbo from the 2D world into the 3D world in 2010. While developing the US commercial production, our team also developed all of the new Print, OOH and packaging renders for Grupo Bimbo. You can see our work on the sides of bread trucks, on all the bread and baked…
Cats love laser pointers and we love animating 2D cats. Janimation used a 3D cat animation to output the our feline friend’s 2D walk cycle for Bravecto.
When the product isn’t ready, but you still have to get the marketing materials out the door… Janimation to the rescue. We love creating prototypes and products for social, print, product launch videos and trade shows. Our photoreal CGI capability spans years of invisible integration into feature films and product replacement scenes. Is it live…
This motion graphics 2D animation for GameStop is a fun and vibrant collection of transitions and nods to video games past. While this spot didn’t make us rich, we are holding our GameStop stock just in case.
In this 7th installment of the Eye Squad, Iris and Lash stop Professor Blur using transition lenses.
The video game trailer for CI Games was a huge challenge for the team at Janimation. Coming up with a way to show time-lapse in using CGI was the task and our team delivered. Directed by Mark Bristol. The launch trailer mixed our pre-rendered work with game play. Check it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svIRnn0kgIs
Redeem away! This 2D motion graphics explainer is a great guide to show how best to communicate a process using 2D animation.
Worktek boots by Justin Boots. Janimation shot table top product shots of the boot in different settings. Then the shots were integrated into HDRI 3D environmental scenes which saved money on locations and gave the director more control of the product on set.