Summer Newsletter

Summer Newsletter

Summer is quickly approaching, but things couldn’t get any hotter here at the studio. What do you get when you mix swimsuits, supermodels, top shelf tequila, a fireman, heated conversations and a few extra degrees? One hell of a newsletter, hot off the press. We hope you enjoy the heat and have a happy and safe summer. Cheers!


THE HOTTEST STORIES & TRENDS


The winter warmed up extremely quickly with a production in Hollywood California at NBCUniversal with one of the hottest model, actress, author and entrepreneurs. We designed and animated two show packages featuring Kathy Ireland for MMP (USA). The show package elements were created for Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland and Modern Living with Kathy Ireland.


QUENCH YOUR THIRST


From famous Sports Illustrated models to famous margaritas. There's nothing hotter than the famous margarita deals happening this MAYgarita month at Carlos O'Kelly's. Check out the latest margarita campaign that is shaking things up.


TURN UP THE HEAT ON YOUR DEGREE

Summer classes are heating up at Butler Community College. Check out the latest commercials we produced for their Let's Take Tomorrow campaign featuring students in the Culinary Arts and Fire Science programs.




A HEATED CONVERSATION


In April, Justin McClure had the honor of being an event speaker at TEDxFHSU. A graduate of Fort Hays State University, McClure's topic focused on the hybrid student and how time + technology = job opportunities. McClure touched on the many ways you can take your college degree and incorporate today's technologies to make yourself standout in the workplace. Watch the talk here.


HOT SHIT

Everyone is getting fired up about the launch of Get Your Shit Together. An online source for animators, designers and motion graphic artists to share and collaborate on hot subjects in our industry including folder structures, naming conventions and After Effects scripts. Everyone has a different way of organizing their assets so we've enlisted several designers, creative directors, and animators to help feed the fire.


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