Flaska Cartoon – Making of

Today we launched our one and only Meet Flaska! cartoon.

In this article I want to describe the background of such a project. I have to tell you it’s really interesting. Creating your own cartoon – this might be a dream come true for a lot of people. It certainly was for us. Please watch the Meet Flaska! animated clip bellow and welcome to read on afterwards.

Meet Flaska

We cooperated with Studio Sanda on this project. We are really satisfied with their work and can only recommend them if you are considering a similar project. The process was very well planned. We followed the usual Studio Sanda’s process steps:

Step 1: Defining the content

Step 2: Drawing of the sketches and illustrations

Step 3: Creating the animation

Step 4: Adding background music and speech

Step 5: Postproduction and finalisation of the clip

Photos:
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Simon from Studio Sanda at work

Flaska Made from Glass
This is how we visualised the fact that Flaska is made from glass – an environmentally and health friendly material

Water structuring with Flaska
How to visualise the water structuring function? A tough one…
Flaska protective sleeves materials
I like this one – how to symbolize the individual materials the protective sleeve is made of

The whole project was something new and exciting for us. First deciding what the best way to present a glass reusable water bottle with a special feature was. Choosing the background music and voiceover was really fun. Deciding on how to visualise individual features or benefits. Cooperating in the process of visualisation. It was great. And I hope you find the end result great as well.

Flaska cycling team

We’re cycling… To work. For a month. Flaska bottle is a sustainable product that helps people live a healthier and environmentally friendlier life. This is also our company’s vision. But is that all we can do?

Flaska team is cycling to work

Certainly not. Doing good through a product is great, but we decided to try to ‘improve’ Flaska team’s impact as well and to reduce our environmental footprint. Commuting was an obvious way to start since it contributes a significant part of our company’s carbon footprint.

So we decided to cycle to work for a month and then calculate the reduction. But we also want to see how it works – how much do we have to change our daily routines and how much this will bother us. Check back in a month or so to see the ‘results’:)!