Crystal Sky Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

This is the production company of Steven Paul (who would later go on to launch SP Distribution).



1st Logo (September 7, 2001)


Visuals: On a cloudy blue sky, the words "CRYSTAL SKY" fade in the middle of the screen.

Technique: Fading effects.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen only on international prints of The Musketeer.

2nd Logo (September 3, 2004)


Visuals: On a still sky background, there is a baby walking from the left, while a white glow in the center fades in. Before he turns back, the text "Crystal Sky" in a Berlin Sans-like font with a semi circle outline surrounding the text, both made out of glass, fades in, causing the glow to die down, and shines. The baby observes in awe as he walks away.

Technique: Mostly live action, with some CGI.

Audio: An eight-note music box ditty which ends with a high pitched synth note along with dialogue from the baby.

Availability: Was only seen on Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2.

3rd Logo (February 16, 2007-August 21, 2016)


Visuals: On a black background with a dark blue spotlight, there is a light bluish CGI ice crystal shining. Below it is the text, fading in in a white Times New Roman font:

C R Y S T A L S K Y

Variants:

  • On Bratz: The Movie, the logo is abridged.
  • Starting with Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the logo is enhanced.

Technique: CGI by Scott Williams at New Wave Entertainment.

Audio: The opening theme of the movie or none. On Ghost Rider, it uses a wind theme.

Availability: Can be seen on Crystal Sky releases since 2007, such as Ghost Rider, Doomsday, and Big Stan. The abridged variant is only seen on Bratz: The Movie.