Colman’s Gravy “Moo”

Fred Gambino recently worked with  Aardman Animations to develop the dancing bull character for the Colman's Instant Beef Gravy TV commercial.

It was quite a challenging brief to give the character the personality of a hot, steamy, hunky, male Latin-American dancer stuck inside the body of a real bull! Fred had to create the bull in several poses including Moon-walking and the Running Man. He rendered each pose using 3D software, Aardman then added texture and lighting to the digital model and returned it to Fred to add the special 'gravy' render.

Fred Gambino is represented by Arena

Hilary Alexander

Nick Murray Willis works for the British Fashion Council to produce this tribute animation.
Filmed and produced by Crispy Duck Productions, Nick's expertise is put to fun use in this playful portrait of Hilary Alexander;  The Telegraph’s fashion writer for her retirement party.  Watch it here.

Nick Murray Willis is represented by Illustration.

Fresh Talent at Arena

Arena would like to introduce new recruit, Fred Gambino. Fred has had a long, successful career as a science fiction and fantasy artist, illustrating covers for all the major UK and US publishers. He is also a matte painter and concept artist for the film and animation industry, working on Oscar nominated Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, The Ant Bully, C-Horse and The Star Beast.
Fred's science fiction illustrations feature in the British Library's fabulous Out Of This World exhibition, which runs until 25th September 2011.

Steve Horrocks

A big welcome to Steve Horrocks who his our latest signing! Originally from Merseyside, Steve moved to California with his wife in 1995 to work for a major feature animation studio and over the years has still pursued his passion for creating and illustrating on a personal level. Following great success in comics and animation, he has just finished his first childrens book and we think, with his beautiful drawings, that this is the beginning of a wonderful future in the children's market. Steve works digitally but likes to keep a traditional feel to his work.

Steve Horrocks is represented by The Organisation

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