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Post by Lost Marble » Sat May 27, 2006 5:53 pm

The folks at GreyKid Pictures have been using Moho for quite a while on a several projects. The Pepsi commercial in the online gallery is one example, but now they've set up a website with lots of their work, and asked me to post a link here on the forum. When you go to their site, follow the links to the Portfolio section.

http://www.greykid.com/

(When you click on a thumbnail for an animation, a QuickTime icon will appear towards the lower-left of the screen. I missed this myself at first, but I believe all the samples have actual movies you can watch, not just still pictures.)

According to the GreyKid folks, 90% of the animation you see there was done in Moho. Here are some specifics:

This is the work done in Moho:

COMMERCIALS:

Pepsi: (Character animation in Moho)

Unicum Idents: (It's a mixture of hand drawn and Moho. The 3 guys heads
popping out from the side and the 3 guys holding the '3' cards)

Unicum Inflagranti: (again a mixture of Traditional 2d and Moho)

Unicum Playboy: (again a mixture of Traditional 2d and Moho)


FEATURES:

La Reine Soleil: (All character animation in Moho)


PROJECTS:

Gone In 60 Seconds: (All character animation in Moho)


SERVICES:

'Fosters' Cartoon Network Ident: (All character animation in Moho)

2-4-2 Dance Test: (All character animation in Moho)

Monster Mash (Pink freak & Shrek): (All chracter animation done in Moho)

Egg Bike: (All character animation done in Moho)

A Dogs Life: (All character animation done in Moho)

PSP: (All character animation done in Moho)
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Post by jahnocli » Sat May 27, 2006 7:51 pm

Great work!
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Post by DetoNaToR » Sat May 27, 2006 8:36 pm

I can't believe that everything there is made with moho.. It's AWESOME!
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Post by Freakish Kid » Sat May 27, 2006 8:55 pm

Hi Everyone,

Our thanks to Lost Marble for posting the link.

We decided to join the community at last!

We hope everyone enjoys the films we've produced.

We are very proud of Moho and our great team of production artists.
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AMAZING

Post by cartoonplayer » Sat May 27, 2006 10:30 pm

I THINK GREYKID IS PROFESSIONAL KEY & DIRECTING ANIMATION BECAUSE THESE WORKS ARE NOT A FULL CUTOUT BUT LIMITED ANIMATON WHITH SCANNED KYES
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Re: AMAZING

Post by Freakish Kid » Sun May 28, 2006 9:07 am

cartoonplayer wrote:I THINK GREYKID IS PROFESSIONAL KEY & DIRECTING ANIMATION BECAUSE THESE WORKS ARE NOT A FULL CUTOUT BUT LIMITED ANIMATON WHITH SCANNED KYES
Hi Cartoonplayer,

We don't use scanned in key frames, we build one model then animate from that. We build very comprihensive models, infact the model building takes longer than the animation!
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Post by ingie01 » Sun May 28, 2006 11:58 am

Greykid,
Is it possible to tell us how many people work on the character from start to finish?
Your work shows enthusiasm and dedication of a close team.
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Post by teotoon » Sun May 28, 2006 1:58 pm

This is absolutely amazing. These are perfect examples of what you can professionally achieve with Moho.
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Post by Freakish Kid » Sun May 28, 2006 2:25 pm

ingie01 wrote:Greykid,
Is it possible to tell us how many people work on the character from start to finish?
Your work shows enthusiasm and dedication of a close team.
Hi Ingie01,

It depends on the job. But you are correct we have a small team of 12 people who jump in and out of various roles. We are a family when it comes to a production.

We have a couple of productions coming up that will require a team of around 35 people. So, organisation is the key!
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Post by vovanimation » Mon May 29, 2006 6:57 am

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Post by BA » Mon May 29, 2006 11:15 pm

This is by far the best proof of Moho's potential I've seen.

Feature quality! Super-impressive work guys, now I want to go to Hungary to soak up the brilliance.
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Post by Freakish Kid » Tue May 30, 2006 8:29 am

Thanks for all your kind words,

We'll post some more scenes from the feature film in the forum as they are completed.

The stuff we are working on at the moment is very exciting.

Can't wait to share it with you guys!
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Post by vovanimation » Tue May 30, 2006 8:54 am

In Budapest, Hungary
There is a studio of animation (your colleagues)
Too works with Moho

http://www.studiobaestarts.com/

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Post by Freakish Kid » Sat Jun 03, 2006 9:03 pm

vovanimation wrote:In Budapest, Hungary
There is a studio of animation (your colleagues)
Too works with Moho

http://www.studiobaestarts.com/

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http://www.notnik.com/moho/forum/index.php
Hi Vovanimation,

Yes thats right, I believe they do.

A lot of talented people there.

I will post some more animated scenes in the next week or so.
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Post by rpc9943 » Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:02 pm

hey there,

do you actually use the vectors within moho to design your characters?

Or do you import png+alpha etc?

RonC
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