Animator Jeremy Polgar has released his proof of concept trailer for his series pitch, ANALOG ON, and it looks sexy as hell! Created, directed, and animated by the self-proclaimed motion scientist himself, the breathtaking 1:30 clip takes us through a post-apocalyptic landscape where a mysterious masked man scans the remnants of a robotic human skull before gazing up at a massive bullet-like structure protruding from a mountain. Within this gargantuan vessel lies Horizon 1, a city populated by 37 million people plus one anomaly in the mix: titular character Analog, the last android in existence. After zeroing in on our heroine from the bowels of a futuristic hangar, we watch as she fires up a cybernetic remote that’s basically a walkman with some ultramodern upgrades, and launches into a spree of taking down various baddies before zooming away on sleek wheels resembling the Arwing from Star Fox. It’s quite a neon-saturated ride through Jeremy’s vision of a series that clearly reflects his love for frenetic, fast-paced animation within dystopian settings à la Dead Leaves.
The trailer for ANALOG ON was completed with the help of some of Jeremy’s talented industry peers, including Max Repka, the sound designer of the Oscar-nominated short Adam and Dog, and Motorcity alumnus and vehicle design virtuoso Brandon Cuellar. It also features music by Perturbator and Sung.
Congratulations to Jeremy, and happy pitching!