We like to work closely with our clients to develop a video or video series that is consistent with their brand. In order to help the early communication and idea process, we work tirelessly to develop a treatment or animatic that tells the story exactly as we and the client see fit. We take great pride in our treatments. We know that if you love the treatment we deliver then you'll absolutely love the final video product. As we hope you'll notice, the treatments below are very accurate to the final product.
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The Chicken Suit treatment served two purposes. One, to help the communicate the style and aesthetic to all production heads. Two, to help investors have a better understanding of the scope and style of the project, beyond just the script.
View Chicken Suit and see how it compares to the treatment delivered.
Sneeze was developed as a spec commercial, so there was not one specific target brand. However, we feel that we created a treatment and subsequence video that is universal enough in it's comedy and characters to fit several brands.
Check out the final product to see how Sneeze matches up to the treatment.
Hope was developed for Kopecky Family Band in 2013. We wanted to create a treatment and subsequent video that was reflective of the themes of the song. We want the piece to be rather light and carefree, but like all good stories, we knew we had to infuse some level of drama.
You tell us how we did! Check out Hope to see if the final video is aligned with the treatment.
We worked closely with our good friends at Thirdfloor Media on this project. We gathered images and video content from online and edited them to Kanye West's "Black Skinhead." We created a short reference video in order to help communicate our concept to O'Gara Coach.
Compare the final O'Gara Coach Spot to the animatic.
Creating an action sequence of sorts is never an easy task, especially when there is physical comedy that is dependent upon the action. We designed this storyboard animatic ourselves in order to help our cast and crew understand and execute our concept.
Shot-by-shot animatic: see how this compares to the final Paint Fight video.
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