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Practical TV Logos

Before digital logos became commonplace, TV and movie logos were created with physical, actual models shot in camera. The website "This is Colossal" has collected some of the best.-----Related videos on my YouTube channelLogo Animation with Physical Models—Behind the Scenes and Build SecretsHow to Make a YouTube End Screen GadgetThanks, Izzy Medrano
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