This odd looking fella was created as part of an interactive book for Penguin. Can you make out the different animal parts? He has rabbit ears, an elephant's nose, bird wings, duck feet, a monkey tail, bull horns, cheetah spots and hair like a bear!
We also worked up realistic hair for this character - much like Sulley from Monsters Inc. - but it was decided that a much more stylised approach was preferred. The client liked the fact that it resembled a plastic toy. Hopefully we'll be seeing more of The Doodaa in the future!
Check out some early sketches of the games produced at Picmo for Y Pod, a primary school resource pack for Welsh language learners. With three games in total, each of these concepts formed the basis on which the final games and level designs were built.
Find out more about the project here: Y Pod games.
These low-poly houses are just a few of the assets we put together for a quick turnaround pitch animation for Kingspan. The company is a global leader in high performance insulation and building fabrics and we used this simple yet appealing approach to convey their corporate message.
We're a big fan of this style and combining it with good motion design can produce some great results very quickly!
It's great to see the World Of Huntsman application in use in some of these photos! Picmo helped create this interactive world for various platforms and devices, including a standalone touch screen version, as well as mobile and web versions.
Huntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals and their products can be found in a vast variety of materials found in everyday products. For more information on this project, visit here: World Of Huntsman.
For the creation of the now infamous Dr.Slob, we teamed up with Tinopolis to run a national competition amongst primary schools to help make a memorable design, and in return choose three winners and rewarded them each with a Wii for their creative efforts.
We took those winning designs and combined them into what you see above. On the left is the sketched design and to the right the final 3D model featured in the series of games. Find out more about the game here: Fit For Fun.