Reinventing a 90's classic as great as Nickelodeon's Figure It Out was no easy task. Lots of energy, fun questions and Nickelodeon's signature slime were some of the key elements that went into this project. We relied on the forced perspective technique and dynamic camera moves to reveal different scenarios filled with clues and words related to the show. The result was a fantastic environment with secrets and vibrant colors to reflect the show's dynamics and fun.
Directed by BUCK
Executive Creative Director: Orion Tait
Associate Creative Director: Yker Moreno
Executive Producer: Anne Skopas
Producer: Billy Mack
Art Direction: Yker Moreno
Design: Yker Moreno, Fede Reano, Laura Alejo
CG Lead: Brice Linane
Modeling: Arvid Volz, Brice Linane, Rafael Mayrhofer, Brett Wharton
2D Animation: Gareth O'Brien, Yker Moreno, Anita Kwan
3D Animation: Conrad Ostwald, Brice Linane
Lighting: Brice Linane, Ryan O'Phelan
Composite: Conrad Ostwald, Seth Ricart, Anita Kwan, Fred Kim
MiTV - Channel Branding
2011 – Televisión Digital Abierta Argentina
Television Digital Abierta contacted us to develop the full branding of their channel. Since this is basically a grid or channel guide, our concept was based on grids and guides for the graphic system.
We developed everything, from the logo to the final piece and the result was a fun, flowing and colorfull branding.
Fox International Channels
VP Branding & Creative: Florencia Picco
Creative Director: Mariano Barreiro
Art Director: Natalia Español
Creative Director: Sergio Saleh
Executive Producer: Pablo Encabo
Assistant Producer: Evelyn Robayo
Design and Animation: Javier Jauregui, Carla Dasso, Andy Cambiasso, Paula Vidal, Hippie House, Charlie Studio
Music for this reel: "Enter the Dragon Theme" - Lalo Schifrin
"Inspired by MoGraph's new MoDynamics and the excellent possibilities offered by CINEMA 4D's XPresso and C.O.F.F.E.E. for creating complex setups we created the film 'No Keyframes', which is based entirely on automated setups. Each scene represents a specific functionality, which in itself generates interesting effects. The film shows spheres as they travel through various environments, interacting with elements in these environments and causing different reactions in each of them. Contrary to the approach taken in classic keyframe animation it was important to us to create self-sustaining models whose behavior was controlled by the rules of physics, similar to a real-world physical environment. The results often surprised even us. This film includes a wide spectrum of CINEMA 4D features, which are combined to make the resulting effects even more complex and interesting."