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TWO Graphics – Showreel 2016

We’ve just posted our latest Showreel of work we’ve completed over the past couple of years. Please enjoy, and if there’s any projects you think we might be able to help with, don’t hesitate to get in touch.  

The Amazing Art of Akihito

The art of Akihito, a special effects and makeup artist, talks about the influences for his personal projects.

Kingspray Graffiti Simulator VR

Want to be a graffiti artist but don’t want to impose your art on people who don’t want it? Then this is for you!

Hardcore Henry – using Blender for VFX

HardCore Henry’ makes extensive use of Blender for their VFX. Creative VFX Director Yaroslav Kemnits has posted an in-depth article on Blender.org about their process. Source: Hardcore Henry – using Blender for VFX

Webb Awards – Animation Winners

The Webby Awards Animation winner has been announced. Awards for original cartoons, motion graphics, illustrations or digitally animated images premiered on the Internet. Individual episodes or entire series may be entered. ‘Cosmos Laundromat’ was a nominee in this category too.

Deckards Blaster – the original prop

Adam Savage finally gets to see the original Deckard Blaster from Bladerunner, and gets the chance to compare his own replica.

LARVA – New Friend

Larva is a great animated television series made by Tuba Entertainment in Seoul, South Korea. It’s slapstick comedy with a touch of toilet humour thrown in for good measure, about 2 larva and their insect friends trying to survive in a world full of insect-hating humans, a cruel mother nature and various other barriers along the way. They’ve …

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The Junctioneers

Two Graphics has recently completed this series of commercials with Evolution Marketing, for Junction One a local Retail Outlet Centre. The characters, known as the Junctioneers, have been used for posters, newspaper and TV, they’ve even had costumes made. We spent a few months developing character ideas along with Alastair McIlwaine, consisting of various shapes …

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