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Sometimes with our animations we bring on a specialized character animation artist who often sets up a complicated puppet rigging system, or creates many of the images frame by frame. The client had a limited budget so we kept the animation simple even though it is a bit rigid. The ended up loving the idea, so it worked out great. Another great soundtrack from "the Human." Technical: I had to break apart the logo owl into pieces. Since I had the wings flapping I had to recreate the body behind the wings on a separate layer. Just through a bunch of parenting layers rotations, moving the position, etc I was able to bring the owl to life. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
Your speakers are working fine. No audio on this one! Some of the elegance here is lost due to the shorter length, but that is what the client wanted. The logo forms a beautiful palindrome. Spinning the logo helped draw some attention to that as well as having the animation animated outwards in symmetry. Technical: The light sweep effect added a little "umph" to the animation. The rest was done with a moving mask that animated half the logo. I duplicated it and added a gradient over the top of both of them.
This was a challenging animation. The first approach we took was a complete failure! The concept in my head didn't quite come out like I had planned. What made it challenging was trying to keep the angles of the icon in line with the different ideas. Technical: I made a little square in a composition with a buffer of empty space around it in one composition. I then added a tile effect to that composition and stretched it vertically and horizontally. In order to make the grid do the "wave" I lowered the opacity of the grid to form a guide. I made one copy that I masked to form one sequence of squares vertically and added a simple movement in z space at the beginning. I then used the lower opacity grid as a guide for copying the single sequence vertical grids after changing the x position and staggered the beginning of each of these copies. In order to keep things in perspective I made sure that the grid was moving in x space from left to right so the angle was from the camera and not the objects. Next, I added depth of field from the camera. I then just masked out the grid as the icon "crop" tool came in to close. That's pretty much it! Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
It was great to partner with Blain K. on this project. He took care of the animation on this one. He did an excellent job creating the environment. The audio was provided by the client. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
As soon as I looked at this logo I knew we wouldn't be able to handle it unless we had a team. Matt G. was the man who carried this project. He worked on the frame by frame character animation that brought this to life. The "human" did an excellent job adding the right amount of sounds and melody together. Technical: Matt provided an alpha channel of the bear animation. I added this on top of a gradient background. I had to keyframe the position from left to right since I scaled down the composition and the left edge would have been cut off at the beginning. The letters have a wiggle rotation applied to the y axis that fades out over time. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
This is a very short animation. If you watch it slowly you will see a burst of light at the top at the beginning. Technical: A lens flare appeared at the top. A venetian blind effect was utilized in the animation of the windows and text. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
I love the simplicity in this logo design. This animation concept came very quickly and naturally, and was received well by the client. We also provided a lower resolution looping animation of the spinning icon so they could use it as a loader graphic. Your speakers are working fine! No audio on this one. Technical: We used a shape layer with dotted lines that were masked away to form the line. We created the top spinning piece in 3d and parented that composition to the pencil. Changing the anchor point of the pencil we created a null object with the same path as the dotted lines and parented the pencil to that null object.
We put time and effort into each of these logo animations. For this one we masked each letter and animated them as if they were being written on by hand in order. It goes by pretty quickly, but I think the work shows. I am always happy when I have the chance to work with some great art like this logo. Technical: Using masks keyframed over time I animated the letters. I used the cc page turn effect to animate the little flag at the bottom. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com
Some logos make me drool haha! When I saw this logo I was sure hoping we would have the chance to bring it to life with animation. The concept flowed naturally from the logo design. We offered the client 3 different animations at the end. This is the blue version. We also made a red and green version. Bailey M. did some excellent work with this sound design. This is one of the pieces in my portfolio that I like to watch over and over. Technical: I simply keyframed the position and opacity of the letters to bring them in one at a time in sequence. The light square effect comes from a quick burst of particles with the opacity fading in out and quickly with a short lifespan. Logo Animations: www.spinmylogo.com Explainer Videos: www.pandamotion.com