Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Animation Apprentice Student Enters 11 Second Club - Two Days Left to Vote!

Henry Fenwick, one of our talented students here at Animation Apprentice, has just entered the online animation competition The Eleven Second Club (see his animation clip above), and he's looking for your support! You can still vote for Henry's excellent submission by going to the official site here, but hurry! There isn't much time left!

Eleven Second Club
What is the 11 Second Club?
The 11 Second Club is a monthly character animation competition, and a great way for aspiring animators to practice their skills and get their work noticed. Animators from all over the world participate, animating a character speaking a line of dialogue, which is provided every month by the club.

How do you enter?
To participate, the first thing you'll need to do is to download this month's audio file. Then, use the month to animate a character performing the line, using whatever acting you feel interprets the audio best. 

What are the dates of each competition?
The competition runs from 12:01 am New York time on the 1st of each month until midnight New York time on the last day of the month.

Time to vote!

Anyway, that's enough about the competition. Follow this link and vote for Henry!

To find out more about the 11 Second Club, how it works, and why we recommend that all our students enter at least once, follow this link.

For more information on building a career in the animation and visual effects business, read our post on how to find a job in the animation industry, and check out our post about what not to do at a job interview. Also see our post on starting your own small animation business, learn how to create an invoice, and see how we are helping our students find work through our film co-operative Nano Films.  Download the free Escape Studios Careers in VFX Handbook. Take a look at how awn.com can help you find a job, and read our piece about how to survive as a freelance animator. Also, find out what Cinesite look for in a student's demo reel, and read our post on setting up your own animation business.

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