A 7 mins. promotional film for a property developer in Dubai, featuring projects that incorporate mega cities and wonders of the world all in one place. The film, shot on 35 mm, is a combination of animation and live shooting. It was winner of “Most Innovative Use of Graphics and Animation Awards” at the Digital Studio Awards in 2005.
Client: The Jewel – a property developer in Dubai
The Kellogg’s Breakfast Cereal TVC is an example of a 2D Cel animation done by Real Image commissioned by top ad agency Leo Burnett.
Client: Leo Burnett
Real Image creates, develops, and animates characters during recess or project breaks. A great way to break the ice and promotes continuous learning among its team of animators.
Client: Real Image – Promotional
Best Company: Picnic
When Disney Channel Middle East released a children’s series on TV, Real Image created two episodes for them. A 3D Animation featuring the funny adventures of 3 friends called “Best Company”.
Client: Disney Channel Middle East
Arte Casa, is a supplier of Tiles & Sanitary Wares with offices all over the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. With its tagline “Feel the Difference”, Real Image created a TVC using the “sense of touch” to feel and enjoy the beauty and quality of Arte Casa’s products.
Client: Arte Casa
Solidere International developed a spectacular “eco friendly” masterplan development in Ajman in 2008. One of the progressing emirates of UAE, a 5 mins. architectural mood film was created to feature the modern, breathtaking and lush green sceneries of Al Zorah complete with a tranquil and zen lifestyle for its future residents.
Client: Solidere International
2D Cel animation for Leo Burnett, this time featuring Kellogg’s Coco Pops Cereal.
Ministry of Culture Fillers: Marafei
Dubai Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development (MCYCD) promotional Filler – Marafei, which features “Bastakiya” a historic district in Dubai, is one of the 30 episodes used as fillers in TV programs. A 60 sec. film in live action using a Full HD F900 camera.
Client: Dubai Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development (MCYCD)