Background: GoAnimate Pictures is a film and tv division of the popular GoAnimate website. Starting in 2013, Duncan Rouleau (The person who works at GoAnimate Pictures) made a joint venture between Lightkeeper Productions and the company got called "Stoplight Media" to produced animated shows, movies, and shorts so far, but it is still also called GoAnimate Pictures. As of February 2014, Projector Productions (now Projector Films) made another joint venture between GoAnimate Pictures.
Nickname: "Dancing People" "Characters Sliding In"
Logo: We first see a black background, the Night Vision Goggles effect. Then it disappears and we see Eric, Brian, Kate & Mrs. Read slide from all 4 sides of the screen. Then Eric slides to the left, followed by Brian, then Kate and then Mrs. Read. We see the text, "GoAnimate Pictures," with "a News Corporation Company."
At rare times, "a Tori Net company" byline appears instead.
Variant: There is another version where the characters sliding in and the effects are cut out. Also, the byline for the Tori Net version is usually rare to get.
FX/SFX: The people dancing.
Cheesy Factor: ...which most times is skipping.
Music/Sounds: The ABC Premiere Event music.
Sometimes, the opening/closing theme of the film plays.
On the prequel of The Brian Movie, it's silent.
Avaliabilty: Current. First seen on Sara.
Scare Factor: Low, bordering on medium. The loud music can get into some people. Yep that's right. But this is a favorite of many if they like this logo.
(October 5-November 23, 2013)
Logo: First, a yellow background fades in. Then, the 4 people from the first logo swipe in. Finally, a hand comes down, placing "GoAnimate Pictures" on top of them.
FX/SFX: The people dancing and the text.
Music/Sounds: The first 10.5 seconds of the GoAnimate Soundtrack, "La Fete Foraine".
Availability: Seen on "Eric In Space 2: The Enemy Strikes Back", and "Kristin Konkle: The Movie". And "GoAnimate Star Wars"
Scare Factor: None.
Logo: We see a yellow background fade in, zooming out from between Eric, Brian, Kate, and Mrs. Read, revealing "GoAnimate Pictures." Then, the byline, "A TimeWarner Company," fades in.
FX/SFX: The zooming, dancing, and text.
Music/Sounds: Same as the 1998 Warner Bros. Pictures logo.
Availability: First seen on a preview of "007: FireStorm," and will be seen on the fan film itself. Also seen on the James Bond Fan Film, "007: Death by Ice." And "GoAnimate Star Wars 2: The Empire Strikes Again
Scare Factor: Minimal to medium. The sudden zoom out could startle some.
(January 24, 2013-)
Nicknames: Flying Red Rock in the Sky
Logo: A green lake is shown at the beginning and a rock in it. The rock comes out of the lake and flys up in the night sky. Soon, it forms into a shape of a sphere. The colors change from gray to red. And the night sky turns into the daytime.
Variant: A short version can be shown at the end of movies.
FX/SFX: The rock falling in the water in reverse. Also color changing and 3D graphics.
Cheesy Factor: 3D effects and text. Even the text has pretty good movement.
Music/Sounds: The Gaumont 100th Anniversary logo can be heard.
Availability: Can be seen mostly on some movies.
Scare Factor: Low from high. Due to the music, also the rock may scare some viewers.
(April 4, 2014- )
Logo: The same people ( old Comedy World ) from Logos 1 & 3 dance around the screen, up, down, left, and right. Then, as before, a yellow background appears. Then, the same characters ( newer Comedy World ) when the logo was created appears. The texts "GoAnimate" (in its actual logo) and "Pictures" swipe in. Then the animation from the 3rd logo continues, with "A GoAnimate Company."
Variant: On TV Shows, just the dancing is shown.
FX/SFX: The people and the text.
Music/Sounds: The 11-second GoAnimate Theme.
- On "Kristin Konkle: The Sequel: Brandon Returns", it's the opening theme of the movie.
- On "Hotel of Doom," we only hear cheering.
Availability: Seen on "Kristin Konkle: The Sequel" and the Wild Animation At Night Show, "Hotel of Doom."
Scare Factor: Minimal.
(May 25, 2014- )
Logo: We see an orange border pass by a black background to the right, with "Go" on it, revealing a shadow. Then, a light gray border passes by to the left, with "Animate" on it, revealing a second shadow. "STUDIOS" light-forms, and "GoAnimate" seperates out.
Variant: There is a television verision, where the bodyguard, on the "G", Eric, on the capital "A", Kate, on the "I", and Brian, on the lowercase "A", dance. A muscle-man with black hair, beige skin, and a gray shirt, appears from the right.
FX/SFX: The borders, the text.
Movie Variant: A click and 3 synth sounds, otherwise, the opening theme of the movie or trailer.
TV Variant: A whoosh, and the muscle-man saying, "GoAnimate! Awesome!"
Availability: The Movie variant was first seen on the Preview for "Tigrus879: The Movie III." The TV variant is seen on MULTIPLE GoAnimate shows.
Scare Factor: Minimal for the Movie variant, and Low for the TV Variant. The whoosh can get into some.
(February 22, 2014- )
Logo: We zoom fast out of a Projector. "Projector Productions" (now Films) shines in. "A BondFan94 Company" (now "A OLAF FILMS Company") fades in. Fade to black.
As of February 23, the logo zooms out slower.
AS of jully 11, the logo zomes like a old popeye cartoon
There is a shorter version.
On the UA variant, the Projector is off until we zoom out completely.
February 22-April 4: A BondFan94 Company
April 4- : A OLAF FILMS Company
FX/SFX: The zooming out, the text.
Music/Sounds: The prototype Projector Productions logo has none, and so does the short Projector Films logo, but the newest one have the 1987 United Artists theme.
Availability: The Projector Productions variant isn't seen on any movies or TV shows, the Projector Films variant has been seen on previews of Firestorm, and the UA variant is TBA.
Scare Factor: Low for the Projector Productions variant and the UA variant, none for the Projector Films variant.