David Knight - 1st Mar 2010

Quirky lo-fi animation by 3D artist Richard Thomas and BUG's redoubtable editor and title sequence creator Miland Suman for the Australian singer-songwriter Bertie Blackman.

Miland and Richard used Bertie's own artwork as the basis for the video, and it actually involved making puppets of six of Bertie's hand-drawn characters, a live action shoot, roto and matting work - a considerable task completed in a couple of weeks (with no repeats of backgrounds or animation) while they also did their day jobs at Locomotion Post.

They're catching up on their sleep now hopefully.


DirectorRichard Thomas and Miland Suman
CommissionerChris Gilks

David Knight - 1st Mar 2010

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