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The second iphone app we did for SCDF is now up for download. Some topics included are Signs of Stroke/Fits and Treating Fractures, Bleeding and Sprains. And there is also a game available for users to play with. Check out the app here.


This is one of the episodes (Total of 14) that we did for NEA M.A.C.E dengue prevention project. We have one clip up on our channel. For the rest of the episodes, watch it here.

Here’s two Land Transport Authority (LTA) Work Safety videos we’ve just completed. This project consist of two animation videos and printed materials to educate employees and employers about the importance of work safety in their work place. To read on more about the new LTA regulations, click here.

LTA Work Safety Video

A short animation video,  drawn on whiteboard by Kristofer Ström’s .  The longer version is only available on DVD. For more info and videos, check out his channel page.

Over 3 months of hard work for our team, we have finally completed the 1 minute and 4 minutes teaser of Operation M.A.C.E for NEA. Operation M.A.C.E builds upon a story that is set in a futuristic Singapore that has been invaded by a race of aliens resembling Aedes mosquitoes. Known as Mosqueros, they invade planets for food and breeding sources. To deal with this threat, a M.A.C.E agency is set up where M.A.C.E agents are sent out to eliminate the monsters by depriving them of food sources and sweeping out all possible breeding grounds. Enjoy the teaser!

Character Design

What is your flavour character ? Have you ever wonder what makes a character appealing? In this article, I will share with you some of my thoughts about character design.

Getting to know your character

Before you start sketching, it is good to ask yourself a few questions e.g. Who is this character that you will be drawing, is he a good or bad character? How old is he? What kind of environment and background is he coming from? What kind of personality or emotional mood i.e. happy, sad, shy, smart, stupid etc. Just like developing a character for a script, the more you know about your character, the more details and ‘life’ you will be able to build into your character.

When I was designing Stoneboy (www.chipsandtoon.com/stoneboy), it took me a few days before I completed 3 pages of character’s bio. It started as my research on my character for the story development but I soon realized that the more I know about my character, the easier it is for me to visualize it on paper. Below you will find an image of our main character: Stoneboy.


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These are the projects that we are currently handling:

  • NEA animated teaser and 4 minutes pilot episode (Dengue Prevention)
  • WHSC Video for Shipyard Safety
  • NLB E-learning module animation
  • MDA & Chips and Toon short film