When Bullwinkle was in trouble and about to marry Boris’ evil robot, it was up to Rocky to come to his rescue, but before the moose ever made it to the big screen, Dreamworks Animation enlisted the help of Secondbrush Studio to bring the story to life. Chin Ko served as the Lead Development Artist, working for 1 year on the 9-minute short. His eye for color and lighting helped make the scenes realistic. Involved throughout the entire production, Chin also painted the majority of the characters, lighting/color key illustrations, and worked on the end credit sequence and graphics.
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