Category: Level 3 Animation

Level 3 Animation 2024Level 3 Animation 2024

LEVEL 3 ANIMATION 2024

The animation production course is now in its third year. Students have been engaged in the production of animations for broadcast and on-line distribution including Music Video, Idents, Digital art, Graphic Narrative Production and Final Independent project where students research, design and produce animations based on their own style and techniques.

Students began their studies exploring the 12 Principles of animation which underpin the key creation of movement. This year has seen the students produce excellent 2D animations using hand drawn content, digital illustration and vector/asset-based techniques.

The standard of work has been excellent with most students working at a standard equivalent to year 1 degree level study.

Stuart McConnell, Lecturer in Media and Animation

Year One

Pierce Kerin – The Kitten and the Chickens

Matthew Macgregor – The Mask

Edwin Addo Omar – Paths

Lennon Ruddell – Who Are You?

Ben Walker – Be Yourself


Year Two

Bradley Colley – Downfall of Mad Dog Dan

Elle Hanks – A Portal Problem

Sharon Kumari – Panna

Arnas Kvedaravicius – The Earthbound Encounter

Level 3 Animation 2023Level 3 Animation 2023

LEVEL 3 ANIMATION 2023

The animation production course is now in its third year. Students have been engaged in the production of animations for broadcast and on-line distribution including Music Video, Idents, Digital art, Graphic Narrative Production and Final Independent project where students research, design and produce animations based on their own style and techniques.

Students began their studies exploring the 12 Principles of animation which underpin the key creation of movement. This year has seen the students produce excellent 2D animations using hand drawn content, digital illustration and vector/asset-based techniques.

The standard of work has been excellent with most students working at a standard equivalent to year 1 degree level study.

Stuart McConnell, Lecturer in Media and Animation

Joey Batten – Retrospection Grill

Brad Colley – Armour and Jag

Khriss Cun – Holding On

Archie Meese – Hum

Joshua Stokes – Discarded

Level 3 Animation 2022Level 3 Animation 2022

LEVEL 3 ANIMATION

The animation production course is now in its second year. Students have been engaged in the production of animations for The Black Country Living Museum Halloween event, Music Video, TV Idents, Concept Art for Computer Games, Graphic Narrative Production and Final Independent project where students research, design and produce animations based on their own style and techniques.  

Students began their studies exploring the 12 Principles of animation which underpin the key creation of movement. This year has seen the students produce excellent 2D animations using hand drawn content, digital illustration and vector/asset-based techniques. 

The standard of work has been excellent with most students working at a standard equivalent to year 1 degree level study. 

Stuart McConnell, Lecturer in Performance Studies


Level 3 Animation: Music VideoLevel 3 Animation: Music Video

LEVEL 3 ANIMATION: MUSIC VIDEO

If I Killed Someone for You: Alec Benjamin


Jennifer Paz – That Distant Shore: Emily Bourne


Queen – Don’t Stop me Now: Connor Broadley


Stand By Me – Ben E King: Ryan Davies


Broadway: Natalia Kowalczyk



Be the Light: Aidan Tsang


Radiohead – Karma Police: Aaron White


BTS Dynamite: Mia Hickman Wright

Level 3 Animation: Black Country Living Museum Halloween projectLevel 3 Animation: Black Country Living Museum Halloween project

L3 ANIMATION: BCLM HALLOWEEN PROJECT

Halloween ‘Juggling Billy’: Joshua Aldred


Halloween Animation: Emily Bourne


Halloween Animation: Ryan Davis


Halloween Animation: Elise Dennis


Halloween Animation: Natalia Kowalczyk


Halloween ‘Larry and S at the Circus’: Lauren Norton


Halloween Animation: Luke Timmins


Halloween Animation: Mia Hickman Wright

Level 3 AnimationLevel 3 Animation

LEVEL 3 ANIMATION

The animation production course is now in its second year. Students have been engaged in the production of animations for The Black Country Living Museum Halloween event, Music Video, TV Idents, Concept Art for Computer Games, Graphic Narrative Production and Final Independent project where students research, design and produce animations based on their own style and techniques.  

Students began their studies exploring the 12 Principles of animation which underpin the key creation of movement. This year has seen the students produce excellent 2D animations using hand drawn content, digital illustration and vector/asset-based techniques. 

The standard of work has been excellent with most students working at a standard equivalent to year 1 degree level study. 

Stuart McConnell, Lecturer in Performance Studies

Black Country Living Museum Halloween Project


Graphic Narrative Production