Wednesday, 25 February 2009

All work and no play.......

Sorry it's been so long.

So here at The White Balance we have had a crazy couple of months. Consisting of late nights, more take away Thai curries than you can shake a stick at and plenty of coffee.

We are currently working on our website and it's 75% complete. Once it goes live you'll be the first to hear about it. We'll be showcasing all of our projects and featuring our animations and BBC work.

Honestly we do work a lot of the time, we are not just sat around taking silly photos!












design.
Still on the case with The Grange Hotel we are soon to be launching their new website. Along with identity and literature designs and a web package for Pomegranate, our local late night cafe. There is lots in the stir.



motion.

Hot off the press, The work with Green Rock Media and Walsh Bro's Ltd has finally reached completion. It has been a busy 3 months and the roto-scoped animations are finally complete. Sofa Surfers (the show) airs on BBC HD and CBBC on March 16th at 6:30pm and will follow shortly after with it's BBC 1 slot. We'll keep you posted.........



visual.

With the 3d being the backbone of our work we only thought it fair to sneak in a small image for The Bush Consultancy. In amongst everything this month there has been time to chat to Dan Brill Architects based in Winchester. Which has positively lead to a project for next month. The architecture is very clean and ultra modern so right up our street here. Look out for some very exciting images coming up.












We're taking a holiday.
Not that we aren't appreciative of the spell of snow we had here in England. We are off to Austria for the first week of March to dust of the snowboard and hopefully find some fresh powder and a bit of apr├Ęs ski. Matt's going to be taking his DSLR so being the visual people we are there will be plenty to show on our return.

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