Our panel of animation and visual communication experts, Jonathan Brigden (Studio Giggle), Nina Harrison (Visualise That), Gabriel Edwards (Liquid TV) and Asra Ali-Khan (Liquid TV) discuss animation, in a session facilitated by Nick Canner (The Edge Picture Company), and live scribed by Lance Bell (Visualise That).
Panelists shared the impact of Coronavirus on their practises, how and in what way they have had to pivot on projects they are working on, what is keeping them busy at the moment, what has changed and what has stayed the same. They shared ideas for keeping their staff creative, and agreed on the power of animation and the importance of it’s story telling capabilities. They stressed the necessity of emphasising this to clients, and really building client relationships to ensure that communication is clear, and the story can be told in the most effective and creative way! Then they discussed the future of animation, including the options that new technologies such as VR and AI create in this field.
Watch the full recording of the webinar here:
The Edge Picture Company have shared their show-reel which features examples of a range of different kinds of animation, and the many forms it can take:
Liquid TV shared this campaign animation for Vonage, as a brilliant example of B2C with no filming involved:
Visualise That have created an animation about this current crisis, and how to see it as a turning point:
Studio Giggle have created a moving film about the five stages of grief in isolation, made in isolation using a motion capture suit:
Thank you to everyone who tuned in!
You can view our full virtual programme of EVCOM Sessions here.