Computer Generated Graphics and Animations by Mitch Anderson

As any documentary producer knows, historical re-enactments are prohibitively expensive, still the public today expects much more than slow pans over old pictures. Good visual storytelling is essential in engaging the public. Even for recent or current events, the prices of stock and archival footage are soaring, so many independents have turned to Computer Generated Graphics for metaphors, illustration or re-enactments.
Mitch is available for hire for such projects creatively and technically. If interested, please contact Mitch at MitchAnderson.com  
Please enjoy the following examples.     QuickTime is required to see the files.


 

 2D  Animation illustrating the Renaissance period. From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation" Click picture to play QuickTime Video.

Combination of 2 D and 3 D Animation from the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation" Click picture to play QuickTime Video.

 2 D  Animation over a quotation from the British press regarding the Opium War in China, From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation" Click picture to play QuickTime Video.

3D  Earth Animation comparing the size of China to Japan. From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation" Click picture to play QuickTime Video.

3 D  Animation on the subject of Confucianism and other religions.
From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation"

3 D  Animation illustrating the disintegration of the Roman empire around the 6th century AD. Notice the elaborate 3D relief of Europe.
From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation"

3 D  Animation as a metaphor for the European colonialism in 18th century China.
From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation"

2D  Animation telling the story of China's decay as a maritime power.
From the documentary "China - Rebirth of a Nation"


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