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Category Archives: Whiteboard animation


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 ⇒

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Don’t let the eco-warriors ruin your fun

Every creative person – be they animator, illustrator, painter or musician, occasionally comes up with a personal project that they plan to do in those hours when the Clients are all happy and the bills are all paid. Those projects, … Read more ⇒

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Hire the Barman – a whiteboard animation

Whiteboard animations seem to be having a bit of a resurgence at the moment, mostly thanks to the RSA Animate scheme. This style of animation, which features a hand illustrating the narrator’s words, is a fantastic way of livening up … Read more ⇒

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