Friday, October 13, 2006

Sony Pictures Animation Lobby

A month prior to the opening day of Open Season, I was given the task together with my friend, Marcelo Vignali to design our new lobby. The lobby of the new Sony animation building, other than a very small logo and a few tiny framed artworks, was practically empty at the time. The task was surprisingly given to both of us and the most important thing is to have a wall showing the process of animation here at Sony. I'd say it was a challenging task. We had to figure out everything from artworks, layout, to what kind of frames and matte color to be used. It was a tedious month for both of us but very rewarding at the end. Our friend Marcos Mateu gave us a much needed helping hand on doing the finishing touches. Well here's a photo of our month-long endeavor.

9 comments:

Hans said...

Hey Armand,

Wow, that looks really neat! Must've been a fun untraditionally task to get at an animation studio! It turned out really great, nice and classy.

Hans

Marcos Mateu said...

Developing a parallel career here, huh?
Good job!

The Mighty Moe said...

That's a KNOCK OUT!

Bobby P said...

What an amazing accomplishment! Congratulations!

Cesare Asaro said...

It seems that it was a great opportunity to apply 2D skills in a different medium (space). Plus it must have been a nice break from the usual.

All I can say is nice work! and thanks for all the wonderful links that you provided, loads of good stuff to learn from! Can’t wait to hear more about the DSI project that you are working on.

Cesare

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Armand Serrano said...

You're absolutely right Cesare. Thanks for the comments guys.

martin wittig said...

It looks really Nice! I sent out a potfolio recently to Sony, but alas,.......it was returned:( Perhaps someday...

hxero said...

wow nce studio... I'm an artist here in the Philippines too... clean-u/in-between