ImagineFX about Soi

February 21st, 2017

IFX

Soi had the pleasure of being interviewed by Julia Sager for this month’s issue of ImagineFX. The article features some of the artists working here as well as work from “The Gruffalo”, “The Amazing World of Gumball” and “Petzi”. Make sure to check it out if you get the chance!

Trudes Tier online

July 14th, 2014

Trude
Here are some designs of our tv series ‘Trudes Tier’ (Trude’s Flatmate), we produced last year for the WDR. If you haven’t had the chance watching the series yet, all three episodes are available online until this Saturday, 19th July.

A sleepless rainy night and a scared cheese cake

May 2nd, 2014

Here are some backgrounds by Sandra Brandstätter and Sebastian Koch of our last Sunday’s premiered tv-series ‘Trudes Tier’ (‘Trude’s Flatmate’). The next episode ‘Nachts’ will be shown this Sunday as part of the children’s series ‘Die Sendung mit der Maus’ on Das Erste starting at 11:30 am.

The final Grüffeloadventskalendercountdown: Merry Christmas, everyone!

December 24th, 2010

Today, Dec 24th, at 10.40 am on ZDF: “The Gruffalo / Der Grüffelo” with Heike Makatsch, Christian Ulmen, Otto Sander, Edgar Selge and Gerd Voss! Happy Holidays / Frohe Weihnachten to you, from all of us here at studio soi !

Above, another interesting comparison between storyboards and final film, this time from the dramatic first encounter between the Mouse and his imaginary friend (spoiler alert). Below, because it’s christmas, an extra helping of Neil Ross‘ fantastic colourwork for the Lake (top and middle) and the Snake Sequence (bottom).

Der Grüffeloadventskalendercountdown #23

December 23rd, 2010

Reminder: Tomorrow, Dec 24th at 10.40 on ZDF: “Der Grüffelo” with Heike Makatsch, Christian Ulmen, Otto Sander, Edgar Selge and Gerd Voss! Here’s some more of the beautiful colourwork Neil Ross has done for the project, this time from the opening sequence, which at some point during development was set at first snowfall. More from that sequence here.

Der Grüffeloadventskalendercountdown #20

December 20th, 2010

Top: Owl’s windbeaten “treetop house”, in a colourkey by Neil Ross. Below: An earlier layout for that same shot, with Owl’s house still seated in a conifer and some later designs for the tree as a broadleaf, both by Manu Arenas. Bottom: Manu’s eerie designs for the spiral staircase Mouse escapes on in that sequence.

See “The Gruffalo” this friday, Dec. 24th, 10.40 am on ZDF,