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  04 April 2006
Jamba! 'Mobile', Richard Rosenman (3d)

Title: Jamba! 'Mobile'

Name: Richard Rosenman

Jamba! "Mobile" was produced in early 2006 for Jamba! represented by Michael Kocurek at Infosection e.K.

Jamba! "Mobile" features "Swead", the curious little red monster who many of you may remember from several years ago.

Please click here to see the original "Swead" CGTalk thread.

Since then, "Swead" has gone on to win numerous awards while gaining international recognition. It was partially due to his popularity that a commercial was soon after produced to advertise Infosection's upcoming "Das Turnier" game and Jamba's mobile ringtone services.

Please click here to be taken to the project page for additional movies, images and info.

Director & Producer: Richard Rosenman
Executive Producer: Danielle Araiche
Technical Director: Ben Pilgrim
VFX Director: Mike Oliver
Assisting TD & VFX: Britton Plewes
Animators: Matt Kowaliszyn, Greg Court, Kyle Dunlevy
Lighting & Rendering: Richard Rosenman
Environment Modeler: Britton Plewes
Compositor: Brad Husband
Stunt Coordinator: Bondi

Client: Jamba!
Agency: Infosection.com
Agency Producer: Michael Kocurek

Produced at Redrover Studios Ltd.


Richard Rosenman
Director & Supervisor
  04 April 2006
I liked the movie. Fun, energetic - Good job!
“I will never be a fan of any kind of political correctness: I think it's instant death to creativity." - Mads Mikkelsen
  04 April 2006
Thumbs up

I love the animation it is Awesome, i would recommend one thing though, try to make the pause longer before the cell phone rings at the end. Five stars
  04 April 2006
Great animation! But damn those commercials are getting annoying...
"If you would stop twitching so much and shut up maybe you would learn something" -- My third grade teacher
  04 April 2006
great job man =)
  04 April 2006

hahaha you too ..did fall as a victim to the comercialisation of our noble art ..
you did sell your soul to the devil .. !!! shame on you !!

heheh just kiding ,

the story direction is cool , i love the smocke ( how did you do it ? 3dmax ? )
tha animation i funny , and i look forward to see a music video with him ..( no i am not kidiing i really mean it )

would you mind if i give you some stars ?

ok ? cooll.

how about 5 ?

  04 April 2006

cool work.

nice modeling there.

I remember one still with dollars hanging on him

nice work once again.
3D Architectural Visualization
  04 April 2006
sweet stuff (where did all the money go?)

you guys always do such great work!
  04 April 2006
Great work!


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  04 April 2006
Congratz on the well deserved Front Page! The little fellah has some serious issues though . I think the word we're looking for here is "decaf". That's some funny stuff, and amazing animation. Awesome work .

"Not all who wander are lost."
~ J.J.R. Tolkien ~

Last edited by bleumoon : 04 April 2006 at 06:03 AM.
  04 April 2006
Wow, very fun stuff. I enjoyed that a lot! Great animation.

5* from me...

Keep it up!

Simon Christen
  04 April 2006
Thumbs up

Successful director Rechard Rosenman.
the character used to be on my cellular's wallpaper, but i think the movie would be more stylish.

A little question. do u plan to make one more short film?

Last edited by sgbox : 04 April 2006 at 06:42 AM.
  04 April 2006

That's some solid animation there man. Love the animation and direction
"...All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us." - Gandalf

  04 April 2006
Awesome work! All around superb job on the animation, lighting, fx, etc.

Keep up the inspiring work!

Modeler / Generalist TD
  04 April 2006
Originally Posted by ndat: But damn those commercials are getting annoying...

Yepp, I concur. Great stuff, nonetheless. My only minor crit would be that the shadows/ occlusion look to intense. On some frames it looks almost as bright as refractive caustics. If it's possible, I'd tone them down a little.

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