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Axis Studios Headline News

Axis Group Unites Brands Under Axis Studios

The new global identity unites U.K. brands Axis Animation, Flaunt Productions and axisVFX under one banner, accompanies company growth and is being celebrated with a limited-edition art book showing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into ‘delivering the unexpected.’

Axis Animation Headline News

Warhammer Fans at Axis Animation Bring 'Motion Paintings' to 'Dawn of War III'

Previous 'Dawn of War' trailer creator Axis Animation and director Abed Abonamous return to the franchise to create beautiful in-game cinematics for Relic Entertainment, depicting the conflict among Space Marines, Eldar and Orks on the lost planet of Acheron.

Calabash Animation Headline News

Calabash Animation Creates New Trailer for ‘Oops! You Died’

Game developer Signal Zero taps Chicago-based animation studio Calabash for a trailer with a modern retro feel that perfectly captures popular mobile game’s distinct look.

Axis Headline News

Axis Delivers Launch Trailer for ‘Dawn of War III’

Glasgow-based CG animation studio collaborates with Canadian game developer Relic Entertainment to create a trailer for the launch of ‘Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III.’

Stop-Motion Headline News

Stoopid Buddy Creates Stopmo Trailer for Ubisoft’s ‘Toy Soldiers’

‘Robot Chicken’ creators Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners with Ubisoft to create a hybrid stop-motion live-action launch trailer for ‘Toy Soldiers: War Chest.’

Cinematics Headline News

Digic Pictures Creates Cinematics for Warhammer: Mark of Chaos

Digic Pictures, a computer animation studio based in Budapest, Hungary, announced work on the cinematics for the new WARHAMMER: MARK OF CHAOS RTS game. The anticipated classic will be published by Namco Hometek Inc. in 2006. A subsidiary of Cinergi Interactive, Digic Pictures previous works include rendered cinematics for ARMIES OF EXIGO, an RTS PC game, as well as 60 visual effects created for the Hollywood blockbuster, TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES.

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