CG animation can be used for realistic, stylized, or exceptional effects in a virtual set in which the "camera" moves freely around its subject.  Like the physical puppets in stop motion, computer graphics (CG) characters have a defined form and volume. CG can mimic a variety of styles and media, seamlessly integrating itself into live action, 2D, stop motion, or any combination.

Most of our spots, from "Running" or "Vertigo Egg" (Ad Council) to Can Man and the Subway spots, involve some degree of CGI. And although we're most often called upon for our specialties in puppetry, stop-motion and live-action, we also get to work in enhanced motion graphics.

Some examples are "Running," "How Violence Starts," and Pie Guy for Exerblast.

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