Back in the 80’s and early 90’s Commodore Amiga computers had huge popularity among CG animators, and they often got used for professional use in the commercial market. In this video you can see the stages of animation to the final advertisement piece for a Pepsi advertisements made with an Commodore Amiga 2000 and video toaster. I was done for a Japanese ad agency in Okinawa  to introduce the new Pepsi logo in Japan. Because it was hand drawn, I didn’t have anti-aliasing features in the tool, so they are all hand painted each pixel of anti-aliasing in each cell. The animation was drawn at 30fps to get the maximum smoothness. It was recorded from the Commodore Amiga through the Toaster onto Hi*8 back in the day. So the aspect, resolution, and poor video quality is a result of limitation of old tape footage and technology in the early 90’s.

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