2D Animation
Motion Graphics
Stop Motion

Motion Graphics and Character Animations are often used in corporate films to summarize services or instructions, but also regularly in non-profits to inform people or raise awareness with a fun and creative twist. In animation, there are quite literally endless possibilities to tell your story, whether it’s through digital or traditional animation, mixed media, stop-motion, whiteboard and so much more. With such a huge variation of techniques, we help you choose what’s right for you.

Studio 100 – World Choir Games
Vrijwilligerswerk – De Voorzorg / Bond Moyson
Documentenatelier – Waterschap Scheldestromen
Modis – Promo
Vzw Dito – Rebranding
Stempotloodcampagne – Omroep Zeeland
Promo – Topopleiders
The Lost City – Malgorzata Maria Olchowska

Our strengths can be found in the combination of very different styles and especially in the close collaboration of our services graphic design and video.

Character animation

A classic application in which we follow a character through a storyline.

There are 2 types of animation we handle: frame by frame (in which the picture is brought to life by meticulously making 1 drawing at a time) or motion tweening (in which a ‘skeleton’ is made of a character, and the computer automatically calculates the movement between 1 pose and the next). Sound complex? No worries, we’re here to help!

Motion Graphics

We mainly (but not exclusively) regard these animations as complementary to other works. Several examples include a logo-animation as part of a new branding, the creation of visual elements to lift video edits to another level, but also an abstract background during events. The applications are endless.

A generally recurring feature is the use of simple icons or already existing footage and designs. As such, photomontages belong here as well.


Animation for a smaller budget. With just a few sped-up live-recorded drawings and a clear voice-over, you can translate complex matter in a short and simple story, fast and easy. 


After manually crafting character and/or backgrounds, we shoot these sceneries one photo at a time in our very own studio. The magic truly happens when we play these photos in quick succession, like a flipbook. It’s also possible to have a real-life actor as main character instead. This is known as a ‘pixelation’.