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ANIMATION

Here's where we shine - at making things move. Literally. There are a lot of techniques of animation available and we have mastered the most often used in commercial, corporate, medical, educational and many other uses. Animation is a complicated and lengthy process- but very satisfying. Made with love, attention to detail and conducted by a professional team here at Studio Pigeon; it's beautiful and engaging. See for yourself.

 ANIMATION

STOP MOTION ANIMATION

This is an old but popular technique. We take an object, photograph it, then change it just a little and photograph it again. Rince and repeat. Then we put those photos in short succession and it looks just like the objects was moving by itself from the start!

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FRAME BY FRAME ANIMATION

It's amazing that this is the very first method invented and it's still used to everyone's awe. It requires every frame to by drawn separately, then put together into a moving scene. This one is by far the most time consuming and rewarding method.

2D ANIMATION

It's one of the most common techniques out there. Animating in 2d means we work on 'flat' shapes, like most cartoons. By operating in two dimensions we can focus the viewer's attention on the meaning instead of having them looking at everything all together.

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2,5D ANIMATION

By using 2d characters and placing them against 3d backgrounds we can trick the eye to believe it's all three-dimensional and thusly achieve 2,5d animation. It's used widely in computer games production.

3D ANIMATION

Creates an illusion that the objects are not only three-dimensional but could be very much around the viewer. It's widely used in computer games. In 3d you can actually see the object 'stand out'. We use Cinema4D. Don't ask about the 4th D - it's silent.

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CUT-OUT ANIMATION

Similar to stop motion, only this one is two-dimensional. It looks like objects onscreen were cut out of paper and brought to life to move and interact with cut out background etc. It has its use in a lot of explainer videos.

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Mateusz Kowalczyk

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Mateusz Kowalczyk
+48 530 502 530
mateusz@studiopigeon.com

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