Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Project Review: The Accidental Spy 2002

The Final Logo used for the Poster and DVD marketing for the film.

Here is the final Design we presented[ with a bit of motion blur]

A fun concept with the kicker in the letter A.

A concept with a handgun hidden in the "T" in the title.

Here is what became the final after we kicked out the letter a bit and knocked off some chucks, but at this time it was a clean bent 3D Logo.

A similar font to what we finished for Spy Kids with a similar red look as well.

A two level metal logo with a bullet line running the entire length of the logo showing the holding device below.

The Accidental Spy

Client: Dimension Films via BLT and Associates.
Art Director: n/a
Project Date: Winter 2001-2002

One of my early projects while running a small 3D department at BLT and Associated, was a direct to video release of the Jackie Chan Action Film The Accidental Spy.

I first tackled the main logo as a 3D Illustration in late 2001, and the work proceeded almost to spring of 2002 when we had a final finished 3D Logo done for the campaign. Even though this was a direct to DVD release we did some very large banners so I had to render the final logo out at about 9K in width which is double the One sheet 30 sheet resolution, and back in 02, that took a good 12 Hrs to render out.

What was nice in this job is they allowed us to finish the logo while having a bit of fun with it in the Jackie kicks the logo and breaks some bits off as well as bumping the letters around. A nice change to a typical straight extruded metal logo.

Cheers, THOM

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