Steve Scott creates animated short "Times the Charm" for Luxury British Shoemaker John Lobb. The story follows a typical John Lobb customer through the days & seasons in various pairs of versatile shoe range. All design and production created out of NTS Hq, Soho London. The film is created as part of a campaign for the brand, which saw content delivered across digital, social media, print and in-store. The film and relative content also featured at the London mens collection as part of an immersive installation show.
JOHN LOBB: CREDITS
Client: John Lobb
Director of Communications: Benjamin Chatfield
Marketing & Communication Co- ordinator: Marion Courtois
Production Company: Not To Scale
Executive Producer: Dan O’Rourke
Producer: Denise Flavell
Director: Steve Scott
Script Development: Steve Scott, Dan O’ Rourke, Benjamin Chatfield.
Technical Director: James Littlemore
Senior Animator: Geoff McDowell
Animator: Nick Brooks, Carlos De Faria
Animation Assistant: Kehinde Omisore
Production Manager: Kelly Ford
Record Label: Heavenly Recordings
Band: The Temples – “Keep in the Dark”
the special jury prize in Adana Golden Boll film festival Turkey
HIROSHIMA 2010 , Renzo Kinoshita Prize , (This great film extends the vocabulary of animation which can be created not only on cell or paper with peg bars.)
EXPRESION EN CORTO 2010 , jury mentionas:“MOST INNOVATIVE ANIMATION.”
CLARMONT-FERRAND 2010 , MENTION DU JURY
ANIMA MUNDI 2010, BRASIL , BEST ANIMATION ;
SICAF2010, SEUL , JURY SPECIAL PRIZE ;
WIZ ART 2010, UKRAINE, BEST EXPERIMENTAL SHORT
ANIMAGE , AWARD BEST TECNICA DE ANIMACAO
INTERFILM BERLIN , BEST ANIMATION SHORT MOVIE
CASTELLIANIMATI ITALIA , BEST NON NARRATIVE SHORT MOVIE
An animated short film made during my second year at supinfocom.
The purpose was to create characters in paper cut, and then to texture and animate them.
Made with adobe photoshop and after effects.
Music FUYA by C2C
Helen Pearson - http://helen-pearson.com/
Dana Stoof - http://www.danastoof.co.uk/
Cátia Moreira - http://www.catiamoreira.co.uk/
The final cut of our third year film at the University of Hertfordshire. Working on this these past few months has been both incredibly challenging and fun. We managed to get into our university's Film Day!
-Cátia, Helen and Dana
A big shoutout to Bethany Mcguire-Smith for the couple of backgrounds she painted for us and the extra shot she animated and cleaned up.
Another big shoutout to Saul Bragman for the beautiful track he composed for us.
Long live our lecturers Kevin Molloy and Martin Bowman for their indispensable guidance and support.