I designed the sound and music for these 7 videos for Bethesda’s Fallout 4.
The animation was produced by Rubber House Studio. I designed the sound to emulate a 50’s style public service announcement.
The videos were used in the game to teach players about different abilities and skills within the world of Fallout 4.
Fans of the Fallout video game franchise are no stranger to Vault Boy, the 1950s-esque mascot of the company responsible for creating underground radiation shelters that act as each game’s starting point. For Fallout 4, Rubber House animation had the envious task of using Vault Boy to illustrate the various character attributes available for improvement as you work your way through the open world role-playing game and level up your character. In keeping with Vault Tec’s retro style and tongue-in-cheek tone, Rubber House created seven hilarious, 2D animated shorts. We caught up with studio founders Ivan Dixon and Greg Sharp to learn about the process behind the project.