At Scruffy Dog Creative Group our digital experts specialise in the provision of fly through services for the thrilling experiences, and attractions that we design. These fly throughs, created through the use of 3D modelling software in conjunction with Unreal Engine help transform our 2D concepts into fully-fledged spaces that enable our clients to better understand their projects.
Our digital team have also used the same tools to provide pre-visualisation services for film & television project, for leading clients including Framestore and Expedia.
Most of the content that our digital staff create is unfortunately protected by non-disclosure agreements, and so our digital team have also turned their attention to the creation of a series of animatic which showcases our competency in this area.
As part of our work developing the Gruffalo River Ride Adventure at Chessington World of Adventures our 3D digital experts produced a full-colour flythrough of the entire attraction. The animation started with the attraction entrance before speeding through queue line, loading areas and the attraction itself. This animation enabled our clients to have a full 360 visualisation of the attraction before it was moved into the construction phase.
With the release of Unreal Engine 5, our 3D experts wanted to test the visual quality that was achievable for our animatics and fly throughs going forward. This short time-lapse showcases the level of realism that is now achievable for our clients, and is the standard we are working to on many of our current projects. Unfortunately, these latest fly throughs, and pre-visualisation projects are protected by NDA agreements and cannot be shared on our portfolio at this time.
To showcase our ability to provide previsualisation services our team produced several detailed animatics through the use of Unreal Engine. These animatics were then post-processed by our VFX team who added, music and sound effects to create an immersive viewing experience. The Great Space was one of the best of the series of pre-visualisation animatics that we produced and details an exciting battle between two old foes as they twist and turn amongst the stars.
Off the back of our pre-visualisation demos we were approached by Framestore to provide pre-vis services for a new television advert for Expedia.