The Animation Picture Company

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The Animation Picture Company is an American animation studio founded in 2006 in Sherman Oaks, California by Dan Chuba, John Davis, Mark A.Z. Dippé, Brain Manis, and Ash Shah.

(January 12, 2012)

Logo: On a white background, several colored dots fly from the right corner of the screen and into the circle, forming a loose arc in a descending rainbow order. Shortly after, the text "Animation" stretches in, followed by "the" and "picture company" forming via page turning effect.

Technique: 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: A low bass sound with multiple sound effects throughout the logo such as bubble popping, stretching, door creaking, and finally a glimmer at the end.

Availability: Only seen on The Outback (or Koala Kid). Their other productions such as the CGI Garfield movies use an in-credit notice instead of this logo.

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