Monday, 18 April 2016

Check Out Our Student's Excellent Work!

What kind of style of animation do we teach here at Escape Studios? The answer is, a bit of everything. We want our students to be well-rounded animators, capable of tackling both character and creature work, so they can forge careers in the growing animation industry and also work in visual effects production.

To see the excellent work our students are capable of, take a look at some of the videos below. You'll see a broad range of work, from cartoony stuff to realistic visual effects animation.

How Will You Escape?
First up, check out our excellent video titled "How Will You Escape?" This shows some of the best work done recently at Escape Studios, including sophisticated visual effects work and - of course - plenty of animation. This work was all done on our three month courses and shows the very high standards attained by our students here at Escape Studios.

Now check out the 2014 student compilation reel below. It's about one minute long - and if you're short of time fast forward to the superb shot at the end of the BT Tower coming down, made by Escapee Michael Battcock. It's as near-perfect a piece of student work as has been done at Escape Studios.

Animation Short Course Compilation Reel
Next, take a look at our last animation short course compilation reel (below). It shows some of the skilled work done by our animation students, and the kind of varied styles of animation tackled on the course.  The focus is on both character and creature animation.

Individual Student Reel
To see how good an individual students' reel can be, check out this reel below - by Escapee Rich Jeffrey. Rich is currently working as a freelance animator in New Zealand. After he completed the three month animation short course with us he went on to find work with Tiger Aspect Productions in London.

And to see what some of our Escapees have gone on to do in the animation and visual effects industry, follow this link.

The Escape Studios Animation Blog offers a personal view on the art of animation and visual effects. To find out more about our new BA/MArt starting in September 2016, follow this link.  To apply, visit the offical page here.

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