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Amara Selous Safari Film

Online video content for content marketing is becoming more and more popular and with that we are finding ourselves being asked to create more and more work of this kind. This is great for us especially when you are asked to go and film in Tanzania for a holiday company. That is exactly what we did and the results were something we are very proud of. We took a small versatile two man team and had 10 days to shoot everything. The wildlife seemed to know that and for all our efforts the Elephant went on strike and even after tracking them for 5 days we did not see or film a single one. However…. we filmed a Black Rhino and calf, a sighting so rare that even the rangers had not seen one in over 3 years. This along with another piece of luck, as we hung out with a pack of wild dogs for […]

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Lost Worlds 3D Stereoscopic

This project for Discovery3D and Sky3D is our third stereoscopic motion graphics project for television. We branded the show with titles and graphic maps to lead you through 6 part documentary. 3D stereoscopic maps informed the viewer of where Leo and Monty were exploring, while the titles and stings branded the show around the advert breaks.

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Night At The Museum

We recently pitched at Atlantic Productions, for the Titles work on David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive, on Sky3D. We have now worked on four Stereoscopic 3D projects and were hoping this would the 5th. It wasn’t to be this time and Atlantic worked in-house and produced a great logo that worked along side all of their Cgi output.

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Hardy Cycles – Exeter

Really pleased to see Robs shop in Exeter launch this month. Artillery being friends and bike lovers have carefully cultivated some Brand development and Design for in-shop and print purposes. This little bike shop will hopefully grow from strength to strength.

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3D StereoScopic Program Graphics

2014 sees our first large 3D Stereoscopic project role out for Discovery. With Titles and over 40 info graphics to add to the show we are really pleased to see it run smoothly through our stereoscopic workflow and it was a real treat to see it broadcasting in full stereoscopic3D on Sky. unless you’ve got some red/blue glasses the project will look a bit blurry on our site! https://vimeo.com/109467386