Havana Heat, animation for Good Books by The Mill
Good Books , the online charitable bookseller, returns with a new video.
After the great Metamorphosis , here is their new animation: Havana Heat.
This video is part of the Great Writers Series, a collection of short films to promote the concept of Good Books, resuming the narrative style of famous authors.
Directed and Illustrated by McBess and Simon of The Mill London
Concept : String Theory - Jeremy Taine
Executive Producer : Luke Colson
Producer : Adriane Scott-Kemp
Music : McBess
Backrgound Artist : Melanie Climent
Sound Designer : Ian Lambden
This second short was produced by The Mill London, who has donated his talent for a good cause.
By the way, they have just won the best Post Production company of 2012 award at the LIA.
On the writing side, it's once again String Theory , the New Zealander agency behind the concept.
The french touch
For the creative direction and illustration, there are two talented French!
Matthew Bessudo aka McBess and Simon Landrein. Both alumni Supinfocom currently working at The Mill London.
This video reinforces my thought on the return to traditional animation , or at least his style, and it doesn't displease me! Congratulations to both of you and the whole team that has intervened on this project, listed below.
Hi, do you know which software has been used to create this video?
My, this is amazing. The texture, color, and story just make you feel like you're in Cuba. Wow.