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Animation Services

Have a story best expressed through colorful illustration? Prefer your company spokesman be a publicly recognized animated character instead of your stuffy CEO?

Have an idea for a great game, but don't know how to begin visualizing it?

Overit's animation services are as extensive as the term ?animation" itself. Our team has done work for many top video games, movies and companies. For years, we have taken client ideas from the original paper and pencil concepts and brought them to life. We create traditional hand-rendered art and computer-generated imagery, and we often work with those techniques in combination. With almost no limits, a pencil on paper, a mouse on a screen or a paintbrush on glass might develop our art. We'll animate characters, objects and complete landscapes. We excel in both 2D and 3D animations, from puppets to fully-realized characters.

And it's character development that we love to talk about the most. Our animators have helped companies create animated spokespeople for commercials, online videos, video games and mobile applications. We carry these characters through all video materials and, with our design and content teams, ensure the character shows up elsewhere, such as in print designs, online advertisements and copy.

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  • Forum 13: Brighter Choice Charter Schools

    Forum 13: Brighter Choice Charter Schools

    May 22, 2016

    We're joined by principals Karen McLean and Tia Corniel from the Brighter Choice Charter Schools for Boys and Girls to talk about charter schools and education. By: Phil Bayly

  • Lucky Strike moving into Crossgates Mall

    Lucky Strike moving into Crossgates Mall

    May 18, 2016

    Lucky Strike, a bowling alley and entertainment venue with locations nationwide, will have a grand opening for its Crossgates Mall location June 10. By: Donna Abbott Vlahos

  • Reviews: Amazing Tiny Stereo is Big on Features

    Reviews: Amazing Tiny Stereo is Big on Features

    May 18, 2016

    The Sonoro Cubo comes with a bunch of great features (like its phenomenal speaker system, built-in meditational audio and exceptional remote), but the killer feature is the addition of a CD slot. Now I can listen to any of the CDs I bought back in the 90s right in my living room without having to purchase a big stereo system. By: Rob LeFebvre

  • Getting Heating, Cooling Systems Checked Once a Year Can Extend Life of Appliances

    Getting Heating, Cooling Systems Checked Once a Year Can Extend Life of Appliances

    May 15, 2016

    "Your heating and cooling system is what provides you comfort. So you want to definitely make sure that whether it be a forced hot air system or a hot water type baseboard system that it's running as efficiently and effectively as possible," said Marc Gladding, general manager with Appolo Heating & Cooling. By: Solomon Syed

  • Crossgates Mall with Lucky Strike Social sells bowling, food, entertainment
  • Crossgates Mall with 'lucky strike' finds new bowling business
  • Bowling alley, entertainment venue set to open in Crossgates Mall in June
  • When Lucky Strike will open at Crossgates Mall
  • Four Steps for a Successful Multilingual Marketing Campaign

    Four Steps for a Successful Multilingual Marketing Campaign

    May 5, 2016

    For modern businesses, the key to being successful is to stay current. The advent and growth of the Internet and social media have made the world a smaller and more connected place. We are seeing a transition from business-to-consumer and business-to-business to human-to-human. Marketing initiatives must adapt accordingly. By: Caitlin Nicholson

  • Pizza Makes Me Think Anything Is Possible.

    Pizza Makes Me Think Anything Is Possible.

    May 5, 2016

    So when The Restaurant at the Pointe (1 Bell Tower Dr, Watervliet) reached out to me to write about them, I couldn’t turn it down. I’m always looking to try new places that I haven’t yet experienced, add to it that this is in Latham where I work and it was a match! By: Jessica Sims

  • BackPack Program Helps Meet The Needs of Hungry Kids on Weekends
  • Sonoro Thinks They Can Bring Back the CD Player

    Sonoro Thinks They Can Bring Back the CD Player

    May 3, 2016

    Sonoro, a company based out of Germany, has had some success in Europe with Cubo, a well-designed bedside alarm clock radio. They’re now going to take a crack at releasing it stateside, at they’re turning to Kickstarter to make it happen. By: Chance Kinney

  • Nutrition and Gardening Program Teaches Girl's Charter School Importance of Healthy Foods
  • Forum 13: Center for Disability Services

    Forum 13: Center for Disability Services

    April 25, 2016

    There are some valued members of our community who need our help, that's why the Center for Disability Services is here. We're joined by Anne Schneider Costigan, the Deputy Executive Director, and Alan Krafchin, the CEO of the Center. By: Phil Bayly

  • Global Cyber Alliance Tackles Biggest Risks

    Global Cyber Alliance Tackles Biggest Risks

    April 21, 2016

    The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) has launched, holding its first strategic advisory committee (SAC) meeting in March at the New York Federal Reserve Bank. The mission of GCA is to identify systemic cyber-risks where significant progress can be made on risk mitigation, and then to bring together the people and resources to identify and implement a solution—to take action—and to measure the effect. The outcome of this effort is not a report with recommendations but actual risk reduction moving forward on a path to eradicate a systemic cyber-risk. By: Tara Seals

  • How to Become a Better Project Manager: 81Tips from PM Experts
  • Single-Gendered Classrooms Make for Less Distractions for Kids
  • Spring menu launches at Restaurant at Pointe

    Spring menu launches at Restaurant at Pointe

    April 19, 2016

    The Restaurant at the Pointe in Latham has new spring menus with dinner highlights including appetizer skillets of curry shrimp and crab dip (right), roasted salmon with cherry-pineapple chutney, and braised lamb shank with polenta. By: Steve Barnes

  • SHAKER POINTE VOLUNTEERS

    SHAKER POINTE VOLUNTEERS

    April 14, 2016

    Every Tuesday morning, about a dozen residents of Shaker Pointe independent senior living community in Latham head out to volunteer at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, located in Troy. For two hours, they sort, scour, inspect or toss hundreds of cans and boxes of food as they pass by on conveyor belts.

  • 3 Ways Marketing Can Be Used As A Customer Service Tool
  • Lucky Strike bowling hiring for Crossgates jobs

    Lucky Strike bowling hiring for Crossgates jobs

    April 11, 2016

    Lucky Strike, the bowling, food and entertainment venue set to open before the summer at Crossgates Mall in Guilderland, is holding job fairs this month to fill a number of local positions, from general manager to bowling mechanic. Job fairs will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 21 and April 28 at the Albany Residence Inn Washington Avenue, at 124 Washington Avenue Extension in Albany. By: Eric Anderson

  • Hold Steady's Craig Finn finds a musical sanctuary in Albany

    Hold Steady's Craig Finn finds a musical sanctuary in Albany

    April 7, 2016

    The bespectacled storyteller of indie rock — and frontman for the Hold Steady — was recording a few tunes for an acoustic session with Overit Media, the Albany digital-marketing company and recording studio that routinely brings in artists for a low-key, high-definition web series recorded at its digs in the former St. Teresa of Avila Church. By: Amy Biancolli

  • How anyone in the company can (and should) help the customer
  • Five Questions for James Dalton

    Five Questions for James Dalton

    April 3, 2016

    James Dalton: former Siena College Religious Studies professor and current resident at Shaker Pointe at Carondelet in Watervliet. On March 16, [he] gave a basic introduction to Islam to help guests and Shaker Pointe residents gain an understanding of the religion. By: The Troy Record

  • “Immigrants” takes stage Sunday

    “Immigrants” takes stage Sunday

    April 1, 2016

    Albany Pro Musica’s special concert event “City of Immigrants” will serve as the last book end to a three-week series celebrating the diverse community within the Capital District. By: Michael Hallisey

  • Troy City Music Hall prepares to celebrate 400 years of immigration in the Capital Region
  • Green Tech to move to former Bishop Maginn building

    Green Tech to move to former Bishop Maginn building

    March 29, 2016

    Green Tech High Charter School will move from its home near Albany's Tivoli Lake preserve to the old Bishop Maginn High School this fall after several years of weighing a location change. By: Bethany Bump

  • Albany charter school relocating to empty Catholic school
  • Green Tech HS changing location
  • Charter school moving into old Bishop Maginn building
  • Albany charter school relocating to empty Catholic school
  • Albany Pro Musica Sings in Troy

    Albany Pro Musica Sings in Troy

    March 29, 2016

    This Sunday, the group will present the world premiere of a program titled “A City of Immigrants” at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. By: Peter Aaron

  • Green Tech High Charter School To Relocate

    Green Tech High Charter School To Relocate

    March 29, 2016

    Green Tech High Charter School, a public not-for-profit charter high school for young men in grades nine through twelve, has entered a lease agreement with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany for the former Bishop Maginn campus at 99 Slingerland Street, Albany. Fall classes will be held there. By: Dave Lucas

  • Albany Sheriff's Deputies Read to First Graders

    Albany Sheriff's Deputies Read to First Graders

    March 18, 2016

    First graders at Brighter Choice Charter School got a special visit from two deputy sheriffs on Friday afternoon. Two officers from the Albany County Sheriff's Department went to read to the young girls. This is part of the ongoing effort of the local police departments to build relationships with the youth in the community. By: Web Staff

  • 3 Ways to Localize Site Content to Attract Global Consumers
  • Guinness Crock Pot Corned Beef & Cabbage
  • Capital Region Close Up: A Gallery of Dreams

    Capital Region Close Up: A Gallery of Dreams

    March 11, 2016

    To be an artist in any medium takes a lot of dedication. Some hold down many jobs just to be able to follow their true passion. But there's a place on Lark Street in Albany that's allowing people to showcase their work in an art gallery, turning dreams into reality. Karen Tararache takes us there in this Capital Region Close Up. By: Karen Tararache

  • LIVE: Upstate Artists Guild’s Black & White Gala @ Overit, 2/27/16
  • A City of Immigrants

    A City of Immigrants

    March 10, 2016

    A month-long series of local events, exhibits, talks, and screenings focused on the experience of immigrants starts this week. "A City of Immigrants" is organized by Albany Pro Musica, which will cap the month with a special concert at Troy Music Hall in April. By: Greg Dahlmann

  • SEEN: Upstate Artists Guild's Black and White Gala