Animation

Sometimes, the best way to show something complex is through animation. Whether it's the inner workings of machinery or an elaborate manufacturing process, we can illustrate or model it and animate it for training or marketing.

DRM can also animate characters, like a company mascot, or logo treatments for use in video. We love to work in either 2D or 3D and bring your vision to life.

Advanced Fiber Technology

Client

Advanced Fiber Technology

Project

2D Animation

Details

We created an 2D animation about blown cellulose insulation for Advanced Fiber Technology.  The idea was to make a fun and informative sketch animation.  We choose to used a background of ruled paper since cellulose is primarily made of paper products.

Brewster Cheese

Client

Brewster Cheese

Project

3D Character Animation

Details

This animation was created using 3D Studio Max. Many hours of 3D modeling, lighting, texturing, and animation of movement and facial expressions went into bringing Brewster Cheese's mascot to life.  This was the first fully 3D animated character that was done by DRM.

Bucyrus Nazarene Church

Client

Bucyrus Nazarene Church

Project

3D Environment Animation

Details

This 3D animation was created using Maya. Bucyrus Nazarene Church wanted to show what their new church addition would look like.  So we created a virtual walk through of the new foyer and sanctuary.

Hazemag

Client

Hazemag

Project

3D Product Animation

Details

Hazemag is a international leader in the aggregate and cement industry.  We have created many 3D models and animations to show how their impactors operate. Since you can not see the process while the crusher is running, we use 3D animation to simulate what happens to give the customer a better understanding on how an impactor works.

UltraBuilt Play Systems

Client

UltraBuilt Play Systems

Project

3D Product Animation

Details

UltraBuilt wanted to show off the many ways you could customize a play set.  With the use of 3D animation we could easily show that by quickly switching out parts so the customer could easily see the possibilities.