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Stipple Guy

“The whole idea of the job was that it had to look like the [the Journal’s] very classic and precious illustrative style,” Clark expalins. “It means you had to have all these little tiny dots, and they had to move with the character. It was about the scariest idea possible for animation. […] We must have tried about eight or ten different things, and none of them worked,” reports Clark. “We even tried making a 3-D model head [on the computer] and roto-ing that.” Finally, they found a solution. “It was a program called RE:Flex.” Read More.

Client: Wall Street Journal
Production Company: Wild Brain
Director: Gordon Clark