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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I work with BWA Studios?
Head to the Contact section of our page to fill out a short questionnaire about your project.
What services does your animation company offer?
We offer everything from 2D and 3D animation, character design, motion graphics, and visual effects to advisory and DEI services. Check out our About page to see a full list of capabilities.
What is your process for creating animations?
First, we consult with you to understand your goals and vision for the project. Next, we create a storyboard to outline the key scenes and actions in the animation. Then, we proceed to the animation and design phase, where we bring the storyboard to life. The animation and design phases include rounds of review to ensure you’re as involved in the design process as you’d like to be. Finally, we review and refine the animation to ensure that it meets your expectations and standards for quality.
For large projects, our Directors flex as multi-hyphenate leaders, activating our network and recruiting based on skill requirements and project sensitivities.
Who are the animators?
We value equity and inclusion when seeking out the animators we work with. Our team includes like-minded artists, producers, and other creatives of color from across the U.S. and the globe that develop narratives that uphold and press beyond our mission.
How long does it typically take to create an animation?
The time it takes to create an animation can vary depending on the length and complexity of the project. A short, simple animation may take a few weeks to produce, while a longer, more complex animation may take several months. We can provide a more accurate estimate after discussing the specific details of the project with the client.
How do you determine the cost of a project?
The cost depends on the amount of detail, style, complexity, timeframe and length of your project. To give an accurate quote, we need as many details about the project as possible. This could mean providing a creative brief, timeframe, animation length, storyboard, script, synopsis, style references and more.
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