3dBob Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


3dBob Productions is a 3D animation/visual effects studio in Burbank, CA that was founded by Bob Arvin in 1999.

1st Logo (2004)

Visuals: On a white grid floor background, there is a red cylinder with a head sticking out (resembling a piece from the Game of Life board game) representing a man with glasses. He looks at the camera while smiling with the text "3dBob" in a large blue font and "Productions" in a smaller, thinner font below to the right, both flat on the floor.

Technique: 3D computer graphic.

Audio: The movie's closing theme.

Availability: Only seen at the end of Dr. Rabbit and the Legend of the Tooth Kingdom.

2nd Logo (2000's)

Visuals: On a black background with blue and purple spotlights, the camera pans down from above to nearly the same resting angle as before to see the same man. He looks at the camera while smiling with the text "3DBob" in light green next to him and "PRODUCTIONS" flat on the floor in white below (with the "T" and "I" stylized as downward pointing arrows).

Technique: 3D computer animation.

Audio: An excerpt of "Rock This Town" by Stray Cats.

Availability: Only seen on a 3dBob Productions 2000's demo reel.

3rd Logo (July 1, 2022-)

Visuals: On a white radial gradient background, there is the text "3D" with "Bob" (having a lime green line below the "O") below it in a large white font in a black box with "PRODUCTIONS" below in the same font but smaller, on an orange space that extends to the top-right of "3D".

Technique: 2D computer graphic.

Audio: The audio from the end credits.

Availability: So far it has been only seen on Star Spangled Adventures.

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