Mama always said working in television would be glamorous. 422 has just created CGI animations for the BBC’s latest natural history odyssey, Animals – The Inside Story, a sort of ‘Fantastic Voyage’ through the innards of the finny and the furry (elephant embryo pictured). ‘The design brief was basically taking a camera up an elephant’s bum and making it look nice,’ says the seasoned consultancy spokeswoman. If that doesn’t deserve a Bafta, darling, we don’t know what does.
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