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As a Christmas present for Blender Buddies Blender buddies (including Ethan James Tilton, SuperMarioJustin4 & LogoManSeva) and logo remake users (including Demetrius Scott, gman1290 and SLN! Media Group), here's the 2014 Sony logo, transitting to the 2019 Columbia Pictures logo (with Sony byline and extra details say "95th Anniversary" in Souvenir font). As the cloud clears up, the sun shines, transforms into the light, zooming out, revealing the 1993 Torch Lady on the 1981/1993 stair stands and the 1982 cloud background and the 2015 TriStar foreground cloud (in blue colored mode). The word "COLUMBIA" fades in before the Sony byline fades in. Also extra details (in Souvenir font) fade in, saying "95th Anniversary). I used Paint 3D, to remove the light spot, the light beams, the torch lady (with stand stairs) and the logo name, recoloring the cloud, but this is the full screen aspect ratio picture, so I'd get on Vegas Pro, import two versions of the 1981 Columbia background. I zoom the 1982 background out carefully, so it fits with the 1981 scope background and snapshot the background, though I recolor the 1982 cloud background. And here's the 2014 Sony/Columbia Pictures musical theme.
Inspired by and special thanks to Blender Buddies Blender buddies (including Ethan James Tilton, SuperMarioJustin4 & LogoManSeva) and logo remake users (including Demetrius Scott, gman1290 and SLN! Media Group).
Made with Microsoft Paint, PainDotNet, and Vegas Pro.
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