Hawaii Animation Studios

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Hawaii Animation Studios was a Honolulu-based animation studio founded on February 11, 2010, by Entrenched, Inc., providing animation and visual effects for multiple companies including IMAX, NASA, and Big Idea Entertainment. The company was also founded by Dan Krech, Jeff Bell, Joe Serafini, and John Morch, all of whom have previously worked at Jam Filled Toronto. They only lasted a few years in business before closing somewhere around 2012, which later rebranded to Fish 'n Chips Productions.

(July 31, 2010-2012)

Logo: On a white background, on top of the text "HAWAII ANIMATION STUDIOS" is a minimalist orange outline of a wave with two circles in between its crest and trough.

Variant: An in-credit version can be seen on Fish 'n Chips.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Only appeared at the end of the VeggieTales episodes "Sweetpea Beauty" and "It's a Meaningful Life". DVD releases of said episodes preserve this logo. After the latter episode, Entrenched, Inc. provided animation for said series. It also appeared on Fish 'n Chips.

Hawaii Animation Studios
Fish 'n Chips Productions
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