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An award-winning studio focused on the creation and production of story-driven arts and entertainment.

Hail the Villain Part 1

Hail The Villain delves into the coarse and seedy heart of Metal City, an industrial steel town with a dark history. We follow Drake Carter, a rough blue collar worker unable to come to terms with his troubled youth. His life is on a downward spiral due to his self-destructive habits that will continue to crumble his already shaky marriage to his wife Amy.

Drake finds himself in an affair he could have avoided with Thea Landa. This sexy femme fatale seduces Drake at the steel plant where they both work. Thea is Drake’s female counterpart, growing up in a dysfunctional family, having no one but herself to count on. Buried behind her bedroom eyes are dangerous sparks of deceit and destruction that pulls Drake toward his demise. He should end it. He should walk away and go home to his wife and kids. Some things are worth dying for. Some things are not.

Metal City is made all the more malicious as a series of mass murders, suicides and suspicious deaths plagues the town into what is fast becoming the “Summer of Death.” the citizens of Metal City are left to make sense of the mysterious forces behind the growing evil.


Part 2 here
Part 3 here

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Hail the Villain part 2

Part 1 here
Part 3 here

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Hail the Villain part 3

Part 2 here
Part 1 here

(Source: rune.co)

fraeya:

been doodling fashion ! Inspired by this fabulous shoot by Daniel David:Source {x}

some pretty cool work by our concept artist Fraeya Pinto

fraeya:

been doodling fashion ! Inspired by this fabulous shoot by Daniel David:
Source {x}

some pretty cool work by our concept artist Fraeya Pinto

some character work from the Cineplex spot. The initial designs by Rune for Olive and her parents are at the top. Her final design by Blame your Brother is at the bottom. 

a selection of backgrounds from our newest spot for Cineplex. The top four images are by Fraeya Pinto. The parking lot scene is a collaboration between Fraeya and Peter Nalli. Below is a background by Peter Nalli and finally a background by Jon Lam.

You can watch the finished piece here;

http://vimeo.com/82327531

Merry Christmas folks ! We’re sharing some concept art for our newest spot; Cineplex’s Christmas greeting.

you can watch the final spot here;

http://vimeo.com/82327531

sharing some iconography today. We recently did some motion graphics for Critical Mass. Above are some of the icons we created for the video.We ended up creating two versions for our client; toned and flat. We aimed to create icons that were simple, representative and had a unified, minimalist colour scheme. Icons by Fraeya. After effects animation by the very talented Russel ChallengerYou can see the finished video here

sharing some iconography today. We recently did some motion graphics for Critical Mass. Above are some of the icons we created for the video.

We ended up creating two versions for our client; toned and flat. We aimed to create icons that were simple, representative and had a unified, minimalist colour scheme. 

Icons by Fraeya. After effects animation by the very talented Russel Challenger

You can see the finished video here

We recently finished work on the Next Step’s Halloween music video ‘Rewind’.We did a lot of the vfx work for the vid, including the spaceship. We’d like to share some of the concept work the the ship design with you guys.

fraeya:

I worked up a project I did for work; intially we’d designed a team of derby girls for a car commercial. However, the pitch didn’t go through. I decided to take the sketch a step further. You can see the original here;http://rune-blog.tumblr.com/image/63648898798

cool stuff Fraeya !

fraeya:

I worked up a project I did for work; intially we’d designed a team of derby girls for a car commercial. However, the pitch didn’t go through. I decided to take the sketch a step further. 

You can see the original here;

http://rune-blog.tumblr.com/image/63648898798

cool stuff Fraeya !