What's your flavor?

When you decide to add an animation to your arsenal, there are many styles and flavors to choose from. We decided to give you an overview of the types we can create for your brand.
From 2D to 3D, from realistic to cartoony, from explainer video to event openers - We've created them all. Have a look at the categories below to get an idea of what might suit your brand.

Animated Infographics

This is the simplest form of animation and as such the most cost-effective option in our arsenal. Moving text sounds basic, but doesn't have to look basic. Below are some examples of kinetic typography for an explainer video, a save the date video and a launch video. Hover over the thumbnails with your mouse (or click when on a phone or tablet) to get an impression of the animation.

PACT - Explainer animation

Equigy - Launch video

Power House - Explainer video

2D Photo Based Animation

Sometimes all you have to work with is photos. Or that gut feeling the animation needs photos. We can use existing footage or stock photos to suit your needs. We'll need to select the images you like, cut its subjects out of their backgrounds, retouch where needed and animate them into a coherent piece.

Jakop Ahlbom Company - Teaser Trailer

Broodje Gezond - TV Broadcast Opener

From Russia With Love - Broadcast Package

2D Flat Illustrated videos

Most explainer videos are like animated infographics. Since illustration simplifies, it is by far the most common way of explaining a topic, product or service. Get to the core of your message quickly and amplify understanding and retention.

Commonland - Fundraiser video

Elion - Explainer video

FCB - Website video

Book Illustration Animations

We can breathe life into existing illustrations as well. This usually means cutting out drawings and bringing every detail into separate Photoshop layers before we animate them. The only thing to consider - price-wise - is if the characters need to speak or not, since this can add significant time to the creation of an animation.

Woezel & Pip - Book animation

Woezel & Pip - Book animation

Woezel & Pip - Book animation


Compositing videos are a specific type of video, usually not 'animated' in the usual sense of the word. They combine existing footage with 3D realistic renders, green screen footage or stock video footage. The result is a high quality, almost poetic, look and feel.

Special Forces - Documentary Opener

Beaufort - Leader Sequence

Deel Je Leven - TV Show Opener

Stop Motion

A style that stands out from the rest is Stop Motion. This technique gives a feeling of authenticity. It can be used when you want to achieve certain effects that in real-time would have to look super realistic (and expensive), but where we instead can get away with small discrepancies.

Sunshine & Sausages | Stop motion

Valerio 4-Ever

Zo Zijn We Niet Getrouwd - TV Broadcast Opener

Green Screen videos

Green screen is the technique whereby objects or people stand in front of a green screen and where this screen is then replaced with anything we want.

This way we can place objects or people in environments that consist of either 2D abstract designs or fantasy 3D environments. Interaction between background (designed environment) and foreground (isolated objects or people) is extremely important to create the right feeling.

Hier zijn de Van Rossems

Fred van Leer: Alles uit de Kast

Over Mijn Lijk

3D Realistic animation

What better way than to make things ultimately realistic by using 3D. Mostly used for product videos or TV commercials. Lots of times this is more cost-effective than shooting the real thing in a studio. At times it also creates an opportunity for a more poetic interpretation.

Zeeman - Sneaker Announcement Teaser

Nivea - TV Commercial

USM - Loopable Poetic video - Milano Design Fair