Post Magazine
September 2, 2005


The studio is also providing post on "Penny Dreadful," creating a package that includes the full-length film, main title sequence and creative trailer, complete with visual effects, compositing, 3D work and color correction.

"From our established roots of doing trailers for the indie market, the step up to posting entire features was a natural progression," says Karma Bank founder and principal Preston Kuntz. "We can provide an entire film package complete with color-correction, titles, and trailer, featuring our strength in visual effects. We can be an all in one solution and offer the highest quality with an emphasis on being creative.

Greg Creaser handled color correction on "Penny Dreadful." The studio offers Autodesk Smoke 7.0, Lustre, Combustion, and 3DS Max. Smoke was used to conform "Penny Dreadful" and Lustre for grading. In-house tracking software, designed by Chris Woods, keeps track of all material throughout the facility.