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SPOTLIGHT ON ANIMATION


Over the past year we have been introduced to the world of animation.


Artist impressions have been very useful to our industry in visually understanding what a project or equipment will look like in reality before construction but animation takes this to a whole new level. We introduce animation specialists


Kuro Dragon and founder, Stuart Howard by questioning him on their work in the industry. Please take some time to use the QR Codes/Links and the end of the article/online to see some examples.


HOW MANY YEARS HAVE YOU BEEN IN THE ANIMATION INDUSTRY? I started producing animations after leaving university 10 years ago, and over that time have built a strong reputation for animation work. This has led us on to work with the likes of large media companies such as ITV, Al Jazeera TV, Universal Music and News Corp. However in 2011 I decided to target the energy industry.


WHAT ATTRACTED YOU TO THE INDUSTRY?


After visiting a couple of energy exhibitions in Aberdeen and the local area, I spotted an opportunity within the energy sector to improve the standard and quality of the marketing animations that were on display at these events.


WHAT WAS THE FIRST PROJECT IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY? The first project we worked on in the sector was with MPI Offshore. We created a 5 minute bespoke animation demonstrating the vast capabilities of their vessel, MPI Adventure, which acted as a foundation for our work in the sector.


WHY DO CLIENTS IN THIS INDUSTRY COMMISSION YOU?


Over the last 5 years we’ve had the pleasure to work with a number of


Hydrography & Marine Support


• Surface & Subsea Positioning • Construction Support


• Hydrographic Survey • ROV Inspection


T 44 (0)1208 77033 • www.insight-marine.com 8 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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