Experience on Doc McStuffins

Check out the article written by Brown Bag Film’s Animation Director, Shane Collins.

Here, he describes the experience of working on the animation of this hit TV series, with Sparky Animation.

http://www.brownbagfilms.com/labs/entry/the-animation-of-doc-mcstuffins

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sparky May 16, 2014 0 Comments

Henry Hugglemonster Seasons 1 & 2!

Sparky Animation provided services in the asset creation, animation, effects and rendering of Henry Hugglemonster Seasons 1 & 2, as commissioned by Brown Bag Films. Henry Hugglemonster is an animated preschool show based on the book “I’m a Happy Hugglewug”, produced for Disney Junior.

Click here to view the project.

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sparky February 24, 2014 0 Comments

“Jack” clinches prestigious Canadian Award!

“Jack” was a winner at the Youth Media Alliance (YMA), Award of Excellence for Best Television Program, Animation, Ages 6-8 Category. Canada’s YMA awarded the 2013 TV and digital production winners for its Awards of Excellence, which recognizes those breaking ground in the field of children’s screen entertainment in that country.

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sparky May 31, 2013 0 Comments

Sparky tale gets nod at Asian TV awards

An animation series by a home-grown company has been nominated for the Best 3D Animated Programme award at the Asian Television Awards 2012.

One Stormy Night, by Sparky Animation – a CGI-animation production firm – is a 26-part television series about the friendship between May, a young goat, and Gabu, a wolf who is also May’s best friend.

A collaboration with Baku Enterprise and Duckbill Entertainment Japan, One Stormy Night is based on a Japanese children’s book by award-winning author Yuiichi Kimura.

“(The nomination) certainly proves that we have had the correct formula, with great story from Japan and quality CGI work from Sparky Singapore,” said Dr K.C.Wong, the founder and chief executive of Sparky Animation.

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sparky November 21, 2012 0 Comments

Lisa Henson visits Sparky Animation studio

20 years after the passing of Jim Henson – the creator of “The Muppets” and “Sesame Street” – the Jim Henson Company continues to produce numerous children’s TV programs. The company is now run by Jim’s children and headed by daughter Lisa Henson.

She dropped by the studio to discuss her plans for the company and its collaboration with Singapore based studio Sparky Animation to co-produce the hit children’s TV series Dinosaur Train.

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sparky November 15, 2010 0 Comments