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Some time ago I had the pleasure to create styleframes for 2D animation for OEM (directed by Kingdom of Something agency). The goal was to create warm, atmospheric illustrations, far from cartoon vibes, that would enhance people's interest in products. My role in this project was defined as the background artist role, although at the beginning of the project I created a few character proposals as well. My character proposals were really helpful for me in setting the proper compositions and color palettes, as I wanted to create scenes full of light and depth, with a nice perspective used that would expose characters at their best. I hope you like it!
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