The incredibly talented Jake Downs has recently released his first ever sticker pack in the App Store! Available for use in iMessage, these stickers are ridiculously fun to look at and are a great way to add a splash of coffee to your conversations!
The sticker pack is available right now in the App Store for $0.99
We’ve recently partnered with What a Bee! Studios to occasionally assist in developing their projects. What a Bee! Studios has been a pleasure to collaborate with in the past, and we’re very excited to team up again. We had the honor of designing their newest logo, as well as producing a portion of the new intro for EyeOfSol’s 5th season, and we’re currently working on our first official project together.
To learn more about What a Bee! Studios, you should check out their recently launched website at: WhatABeeStudios.ca
We’re very excited to continue working alongside the incredible artists and creative minds at What a Bee! Studios, and can’t wait to share what we create with them!
Back in 2013, we had the honor of working with the sensational Dee Spencer (a.k.a DeeWorks) to design a logo for her radio show WDWL.FM Live! This was a very simple and straightforward project, as DeeWorks allowed us to explore our creative ideas while helping to keep us calibrated to what she’s looking for. It was truly a pleasure working with her!
To learn more about DeeWorks and WDWL.FM Live! visit: www.wdwlfm.com
If you ever work on projects that require you to produce storyboards and animatics, then look no further than Wonder Unit’s Storyboarder.
Storyboarder is an open-source software that allows you to create storyboards and animatics quickly and efficiently. If you need to get more detailed, then there’s an integrated Photoshop button that takes you right into Photoshop (along with any art that you’ve already created in Storyboarder). After saving your Photoshop work, it’s instantly updated in Storyboarder!
Storyboarder is simple and straightforward, not trying to do more than what’s needed of it (something that we truly love and appreciate). You’re provided with five drawing tools and an eraser. You have your storyboard panels aligned at the bottom, and to the right you have an area to input duration, dialogue, action, and additional notes for your scenes.
There’s also this very cool feature that allows you to auto-generate shots based on how you describe them. For example, by typing ‘medium shot’, you’re presented with pre-drawn art that caters to your description. This can be incredibly helpful when quickly putting together a storyboard for reference. The software also occasionally gives story tips and inspirational quotes to help keep you motivated!
We’ve been searching for a great storyboarding software like this for many many years. For storyboarding in particular, there hasn’t been much of anything available outside of studios that develop their own in-house software, so we’ve personally been elated about Storyboarder. We give our sincerest gratitude to the masterminds behind this awesome software, and to everyone who has been helping to bring it to life!
If you’d like to check it out for yourself, then simply visit wonderunit.com/storyboarder and download the software today!
We’ve spent the past few months collaborating with talented voice actor Guy Chace to bring his incredible character voice reel to life using art and animation. This has been a very cool project to work on, and Guy has been absolutely awesome to work with.
The biggest challenge for this project was coming up with the different scenarios to go along with the pre-recorded audio. However, thanks to Guy’s ability to paint a picture with his voice alone, it didn’t take us long to envision each scene. You’ll be able to read more about the development process in our MAKING OF post.
You can check out Guy’s Visual Voice Reel right here:
Guy offers his vocal talents for your own projects, so feel free to contact him if you’re ever looking for voice talent!
We actually have more in the works with Guy, and can’t wait to show you what we’re up to next!