"Jelly Cars" is an inventive piece of film-making; it's a charming story, entertaining and fun - and beautifully animated.
Lee took a simple exercise - animating a vehicle in motion, (in this case, animating a cartoon car, using the free yellow Beetle rig by Aaron Parker), and turned it into a short film, which has already been accepted into its first film festival - the annual KRAF film festival in Croatia.
Congratulations to Lee on his excellent work; we wish him every success in film festivals around the world.
Lee Caller studied at Animation Apprentice and is now completing his MA in 3D animation at Bucks New Uni, taking the online course.
Today, Leee also teaches animation at Escape Studios in London.
Lee is an animator who combines technical skill with a strong story-telling element - the perfect ingredients for a great animation performance.
You can see his excellent dinosaur animation - "Tokyo Rex" - below.
Below is some more of Lee's work - a pantomime shot with Morpheus. Lee's work is not just technically accomplished but also entertaining and fun to watch, and this week he is helping our students to master the principles of acting, dialogue, lipsync and pantomime animation.
You can see more of Lee's work at his website. You can find his IMDB profile here.
To see Jelly Cars at IMDB, follow this link.
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