Maritime Museum ‘Choose your own adventure’ Illustrations
We created four variations of Lucy for the print component of the Maritime Museum campaign: Captain Cook style, water warrior, pirate and modern captain. We worked at a crazy resolution... more
How to Make a Planet
Thanks to Ariana Klepac Publishing, Hackett Films has made a grand entrance into the world of book illustration! Working alongside Weldon Owen Publishing, Ariana approached us in 2011, in need... more
Do you want to immortalise your stars as USB sticks? We’ve done it! We love to take a famous face and apply our character design and illustration skills to create... more
We were commissioned to create light-hearted, character driven 3D commercials for the telco Digicel. It was such a hit in Papua New Guinea that Samoa, Fiji and Vanuatu and New... more
McDonalds Storybook Pitch
Mark Medernach from Duck Studios put a call out for illustrated storybook concepts, and Hackett Films responded with Jack and the Beanstalk meets a Fancy Dress Party! Our hero character... more
School A to Z Illustrations
The Department of Education and Training’s (DET) exciting 'School A to Z' project provides a multi-platform demystifier for parents and children engaged in the NSW public school system. Mary and Jean... more
We were commissioned to create light-hearted, character driven 3D commercials for the telco Digicel. It was such a hit in Papua New Guinea that Samoa, Fiji and Vanuatu and New Zealand quickly jumped on board and recruited our characters Sammy and friends to communicate Digicel’s new international money transfer campaign service.
Great bold character design, lush environments and a script that is sensitive to the regions culture, all combine to communicate clearly as possible the new services from Digicel. Print material such as billboard, comic strips and newspaper ads supported and expanded upon the TVC campaign.
View the commercials here.
Character Design James Hackett,
3D Modelling Tristen Lock