Slurpy Studios Animation Studio, London


British Council – Myths and Legends

2 February 2015 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on British Council – Myths and Legends

We’ve worked on some very varied films over the last few years – covering subjects from Car Insurance to Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. We pride ourselves on making subjects that maybe aren’t that inherently interesting in to enjoyable films that people want to … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation, After Effects, Animation, Character Animation, Concept Art

Glen Keane drawing of Ariel from Little Mermaid

Glen Keane interview

8 October 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Glen Keane interview

There aren’t a lot of what you might consider ‘celebrity animators’ – certainly not many who would get mobbed in the street (unless that street happened to be right outside Comic Con perhaps). But to animators and other nerds of a similar … Read more ⇒

Posted in Animation History, Animation News, Disney

A payara fish in a coral reef

Payara – The New Fish on the Block

8 October 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Payara – The New Fish on the Block

We are, of course, very very fond of all of our Clients, but we do have to admit to having a very special place in our collective hearts for the ones who say things like “oh, feel free to be … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation, After Effects, Animation

Activate science educational animation

Oxford University Press – Activate Science

8 August 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Oxford University Press – Activate Science

We’ve recently finished 30 films for Oxford University Press that were designed to excite kids about the science topics that they will be studying in years 7,8 and 9. It was certainly one of the more educational projects we’ve worked … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation, After Effects, Animation, Motion Graphics

Barbed Wire – Cottage Industry

17 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Barbed Wire – Cottage Industry

For a new short sequence in WW1 Uncut, we needed to visually show the production of barbed wire moving from a small cottage industry to a global one over the course of the War. We started with a Grandmother slowly knitting … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation

Barbed Wire – Wiring Parties

16 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Barbed Wire – Wiring Parties

What happens when a British wiring party meets a German wiring party at the dead of night? This short sequence for the Barbed Wire episode of WW1 Uncut will give you the answer, but if you want a quick hint, … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation

close up of board game showing western front

Trenches – Board of War

15 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Trenches – Board of War

For a short sequence in the WW1 Uncut episode ‘Trenches” that looked to visualise the build up of troops across the Western Front, we chose the imagery of a board game. We zoomed in close on the board, and saw two soldiers … Read more ⇒

Posted in 3D Animation

Barbed Wire – Cowboys

15 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Barbed Wire – Cowboys

Did you know that barbed wire was first invented in the Wild West as a cheap way to control livestock? Me neither, but that was the subject of this short sequence for a WW1 Uncut episode. Featuring cows morphing in … Read more ⇒

Posted in 2D Animation

Blackboard animation, german soldier chases british soldier in trench

Trenches – Blackboard

14 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on Trenches – Blackboard

Easily the longest sequence that we created for the WW1 Uncut films was for the episode ‘Why Trenches’. In it, Dan Snow is explaining to The One Show’s Michael Douglas why Trenches were necessary, and why they were so difficult … Read more ⇒

Posted in Animation, Stop Motion Animation, Whiteboard animation

A Soldier’s Food – Ration-ality

12 April 2014 | by Katie Steed | Comments Off on A Soldier’s Food – Ration-ality

When we were given the script for a segment of the WW1 Uncut episode ‘A Soldier’s Kit’ that compared the food rations of the German and British soldiers during the war, we knew immediately that the best way to put … Read more ⇒

Posted in Stop Motion Animation


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