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Monthly Archives: March 2012

Animation Industry gets the Tax Breaks it needs to survive

It’s all in the title really – the budget has just been announced, and the Animation Industry will be getting the tax breaks that we have been campaigning for. Huge congratulations go to Oli Hyatt of Blue Zoo Animation, who … Read more ⇒

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Instructional Animated Films

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Skwigly review – The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

One of the most exciting animated releases this year will undoubtedly by The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists from everyone’s favourite Bristol based stop motion studio. That’s Aardman by the way. The lucky s*ds at Skwigly have been lucky … Read more ⇒

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UK Animation Industry At Risk

We’ve mentioned before the appalling state that the British Animation Industry has found itself in. Despite bringing billions to the economy, despite making programs that are loved the world over, and despite producing some of the most memorable characters ever, … Read more ⇒

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25 Greatest Animated Films of All Time

You may have noticed a distinct lack of Oscar commentary from us here at Slurpy. Frankly we thought it was a thoroughly uninspiring year for animation, both shorts and features, and we still haven’t forgiven the Academy for not even … Read more ⇒

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How to commission an animated film

We know that commissioning an animated film can be a daunting task. Most people we talk to have never dealt with an animation studio before, and look positively petrified at the very prospect. That’s why a large part of our … Read more ⇒

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Educational Animation – Hangova

Now for the second of our two films for The Hangova. The first was a purely promotional piece, designed be exciting and compelling without delivering a huge amount of information because it’s purpose is to draw people on to the … Read more ⇒

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Exeter Animation festival

Exeter Animation Festivals is unique amongst animation festivals (the ones we’ve visited anyway) in that it’s aimed as much (if not slightly more) at the local population as it is at the visiting animation industry. Occasionally this results in 2 … Read more ⇒

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Promotional Animation – Hangova

One of the things that we pride ourselves on here at Slurpy Studios, is that we don’t have a house style. We design a style from scratch for each film that fits the message it needs to convey, so each … Read more ⇒

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Come On… it’s P4D!

We’ve created and animated lots and lots of characters over the years, each with a different personality and purpose. One of our favourites over this time, despite the fact that he’s probably the simplest character that we’ve ever created, is … Read more ⇒

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