Sep 11,
2009

smoking

Hey there… remember me? I didn’t think so.

Here’s a project that Genndy Tartakovsky and the good folks at the Orphanage Hollywood started up for Arnold Worldwide. I was brought in to take the animatics and finish them up for the internets. Good times.


Minis Launch from Sig Gross on Vimeo

The Sig Gross and the team at Arnold are always golden, and who can deny the Orphanage Hollywood crew?

6 Comments

  • Sep 11,
    2009
    by ZSL

    Was it always called “Orphanage Hollywood”?
    I recall it just being called the “Orphanage”

    I remember seeing the first one of these adverts on tv. The rest never played. Quite a treat.

  • Sep 11,
    2009

    Smokin! Those are kellman’s design, right Joel?

  • Sep 11,
    2009

    ZSL – I think you’re right but I was just trying to differentiate between the house that closed in SF and the one that stayed open in LA. The Hollywood unit was packed with talent. Glad you duggit.

    Steve – I can’t really confirm that, but I wouldn’t be surprised. I think there were a few different players involved. Hey on another note… I’m living out here in LA now, let’s link up!

  • Sep 11,
    2009

    Nice work! That looks awfully Kellman-y, but ya never know– might even be Bialk or Oswald, but I’m betting on Craig.

    Good meeting you, Joel! We’ll have to grab lunch one of these days.

  • Sep 11,
    2009

    Most definitely, Chris. Thanks for stopping by the dumpster here.

    My communication was actually through the Orphanage SF so I’m not sure who the other people were on these.

  • Sep 11,
    2009

    Nicely done!

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