Elmore Rising

October 15th, 2013

The 2D team will join us for the third season of ‘The Amazing World Of Gumball’ very soon. They will be followed by the rendering and compositing team later on. Many artists from last year will return, but there are also a bunch of new people coming to Ludwigsburg for the first time. While the veterans may remember people and events on this picture, the new guys can get a feeling for what the studio is like. We are eagerly awaiting your arrival. Group hug!

The Princess says “Merci Beaucoup”

October 14th, 2011

Production has finished on Soi’s latest short for ZDF’s “Siebenstein” last week. In an amazing six weeks the lovely Adeline Grange, Benoit Tranchet, Bong Nguyen and Florian Parrot did a wonderful job bringing to life an emancipatory tale about a princess, her husband, and a dragon with a plan. The directors Jakob Schuh & Bin-Han To and all of studio soi would like to thank the entire team!

Miss Fox of Toto House.

March 23rd, 2011

“Toto House”, our latest, designed and directed by Uwe Heidschoetter can now also be seen in its entirety in the “work” section of our website. Above are some few of the endless poses Uwe drew as preparation for the animators. (click to enlarge)

Welcome to “Toto House”.

March 16th, 2011

“Toto House”, a five minute corporate film for japanese manufacturer of fine sanitary ware TOTO, is currently premiering on the web and at ISH ’11, Frankurt. Directed and designed by Soi’s Uwe Heidschoetter, the little film follows the lives of rather recent neighbors Mr. Rabbit and Mrs. Fox and their gentle first encounters. Watch “Toto House” here.

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Rats & Frogs

April 16th, 2010

Two of our little films for German children’s show “Löwenzahn” are being broadcast on Broadcasters KIKA and ZDF these days. First off, you can catch “Ratten — Der Fänger von Bärstadt” (this coming Sunday April 14th, 08:35 am on ZDF and 04:00 pm on KIKA), followed Read the rest of this entry »

damsels & dragons

April 12th, 2010

A while ago Sandra Brandstätter suggested  a row of lovely dragons, princesses and townspeople for one of our “Löwenzahn” shorts … Read the rest of this entry »