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3D Character & Mascots - It's time for some fun!  Just about any corporte mark or company logo can be turned into a 3D action character or mascot.  The character can be used to host for your web site or video production, appear in your print ads, or be made into a sticker for a hard hard or stitched onto a ball cap. In any case, it will bring the awareness and attention you need to get a prospect to think about your company. We work in a variety of 3D styles, so don't be afraid of coming to us with a concpet that may be outside the box. Just look think about some of advertising's most famous corporate characters (Geico's Geckos, Tony the Tiger, Mr. Peanut, Charlie the Tuna, etc.) and you can understand the long term benefits these types of icons can have for an organization.



Champ

Champ
Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) is a rare blood vessel disorder of the lung in which the pressure in the pulmonary artery (the blood vessel that leads from the heart to the lungs) rises above normal levels and may become life threatening. While there is currently no cure for PH, recent data indicate that the length of survival is continuing to improve, with some patients able to manage the disorder for 15 to 20 years or longer. Epic has worked closely with the PH Association since 2001, and in 2004 helped to develop a CD "Fun" raiser program designed to help volunteers run successful fund raising events. We developed a mascot for the organization named "Champ", and you will meet this lovable bear as he provides an animated introduction to the CD.


Administaff Augie Campaign

Administaff Augie Campaign
For over 10 years Administaff ran a number of very successful radio ads produced by Radio Works of Houston, Texas. The ads featured Kay Reeves, CEO of the fictional Walla Walla Corp., and her loyal assistant Augie. In 1999, Administaff contemplated moving these spots to cable TV. This would require that the disembodied voice of Augie come to live on the small screen - but the question was raised - "what would Augie look like?" Working with cartoon artist David Bamberg, epic did a series of 3D animated versions of Bamberg's 2D conceptual designs. To demonstrate how the commercials might look on the screen, epic created this animated short.
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