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Gorillaz: On Melancholy Hill

Another undersea adventure

Published on Jun 30, 2010

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The oceans must be on everyone's mind..for some reason..

Jamie Hewlett and Pete Candeland whip up the latest for Gorillaz.

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Credits

Date
Jun 30, 2010
Client:
Gorillaz
Production Company:
Zombie Flesh Eaters
Director:
Jamie Hewlett
Producer:
Cara Speller
Editor:
Seb Monk
Animation Production Company:
Passion Pictures
Co-Director:
Pete Candeland
Producer:
Debbie Crosscup
Executive Producer:
Hugo Sands
2D Animation Director:
Robert Valley
2D Animator:
Daryl Graham
2D Animator:
Pete Dodd
2D Animator:
Yuriy Sivers
2D Layout:
Nelson Yokota De Paula Lima
2D Assistant:
Jay Wren
2D Assistant:
Gerry Gallego
2D Assistant:
Tabbi O'Connell
2D Assistant:
Simon Swales
2D Effects:
Dave Headd
2D Effects:
Giles Dill
2D Effects:
Tim Divall
2D Effects:
Kim Rabbitt
2D Effects:
Michael Sofoluke
Ink & Paint:
Megs White Dore
2D Coordination:
Tony Clarke
Head of CG:
Jason Nicholas
Visual Effects Supervisor:
Neil Riley
CG Modeling:
Ian Brown
CG Modeling:
Matthias Bjurstrom
CG Modeling:
Mario Ucci
Texture/Shading:
Ian Brown
Texture/Shading:
Gabriel Loques
Texture/Shading:
Melanie Climent
Texture/Shading:
Claire Michaud
Rigging:
Chris Dawson
Rigging:
Francois Pons
CG Animation Supervisor:
Wes Coman
CG Animation:
Chris Welsby
CG Animation:
Isabel Auphan
CG Animation:
Sandra Guarda
CG Animation:
Alice Holme
CG Supervisor:
Harry Bardak
Lighting/Render:
Claire Michaud
Lighting/Render:
Guillaume Cassuto
Lighting/Render:
John Uriarte
CG Effects:
Jamie Franks
CG Effects:
Sajjad Amjad
CG Effects:
Jayson King
Composite:
Johnny Still
Composite:
Niamh Lines
Composite:
David Lea
Composite:
James Butler
Matte Painting:
Max Dennison
Editor:
Lee Gingold
Editor:
Tim King
Post Production:
The Moving Picture Company
Colorist:
Paul Harrison
Producer:
Josh King

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