Video animation is a cost-effective way to make your story stand out. We create hand-drawn illustrations and put them in motion, for messaging that’s powerfully visual, portable and shareable.
Videos can be customized in several styles and formats, depending on client needs. Check out the examples below of different video styles we can produce. Additional services such as detailed storyboards, script development, voice overs, and music licensing are also available á la carte. For a detailed cost estimate of your video project, please complete this form.
Not sure what you need? Want to talk through the options? Our video project manager, Flora, can guide you through the process. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
$1,000/finished minute ($3,000 minimum, 15-second increments)
All of the images appear on one stationary canvas, the music or voice over is not synced to the graphics.
Process: Artist has creative license to visualize the content spontaneously in response to the audio or video recording, this is not scripted or storyboarded in advance. Best suited for boards completed at an event.
Example of Timelapse:
#2: Pan & Zoom
$1,500/finished minute ($3,000 minimum, 15-second increments)
All images appear on one extended “canvas,” the camera moves around, zooms in/out.
Process: This kind of summary image can be created from a script or existing presentation. An initial call with the client will help the artist map out the elements to include and the order in which they appear. Two rounds of revisions are included in the price.
Note: The video (with or without voice over) can be broken into sections for embedding into power point slides!
Examples of Pan & Zoom:
#3: Scene by Scene
$1,700/finished minute ($3,400 minimum, 15-second increments)
The camera is steady, images appear/disappear within one static frame in sequential “scenes.”
Process: The artist begins with the voiceover script or a storyboard that the client provides. If desired, client may request a quote for additional studio time to discuss and distill the material into a storyboard before developing the actual script. Includes 3 rounds of revisions to images as well as pacing/editing.