Below are some of the title animations and graphics packages made for several web series produced by Mode Media. The animations are meant to quickly and clearly introduce the show title, where the animation must resolve into the logo in the first 2-3 seconds. Titles are optimized for viewing on mobile devices and in social media. In most cases, the animation lives on a transparent background so that it can be placed over the footage by an editor. Many of the logos are white and have a more simplistic design in order to be legible against a variety of video backgrounds. The style frames show the episode titles, lower thirds, and upper thirds that correspond with the show title, therefore creating the overall graphics package.
I designed and animated the logo for “Right at Home”. This is the loop-able version of the title animation. The background placeholder image is from Stocksy.com. Episodes of the series can be viewed here.
This logo was designed an animated for a show called “You Can Dish It”. This is the loop-able version of the title animation. Below is the style guide template I designed for this graphics package. The stock image used in the graphics package is from Stocksy. Episodes from the series can be viewed here.
For “Day Tripping” I also designed and animated the logo. This is the looped version of the title animation. In this instance, the animation file exists on a transparent background so that the video footage beneath it can show through. A stock image from Stocksy is used in the background of the style frames. View an episode of the series here.
Animation and motion tracking for a web series about cute animals. Watch the full video here.
Animation and motion tracking for a web series about cute animals.
Intro of a show called “Bite Size” that I animated. The animation lives on a transparent background so that it can be placed over footage by the Editor. In this instance, the dark background at the end is a stand-in for footage.
The full series can be watched here.
In this instance, the background color is a stand-in for footage. I animated the string falling post-to-pose, then finalized the animation by adding the in-between animation. View an episode from the series here.