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Blue Zoo launch Animation Lunch Club

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Animation fans and practitioners are offered a tantalising look behind the scenes as Blue Zoo, the animation studio behind Tree Foo Tom,  has today launched a brand new online meet up – Animation Lunch Club.

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The weekly online video casts aim to focus on the craft of CG animation and give a glimpse of life in the Soho studio, with an angle on the speedy demands that CG television animation has, offering invaluable insights and tips for animation experts and hobbyists alike. See the launch video below.

A special announcement!Announcing the Animation Lunch Club! #bzlive

Posted by blue-zoo animation on Monday, 4 April 2016

 

Tom Box, Blue Zoo co-founder told Skwigly

As it’s live we want to create a worldwide discussion, getting lots of people participating, so we can reply to questions in real time. These are exciting times as we are no longer just a faceless email address, Twitter icon or Facebook page, you can see us, talk to us and get to know us and our aim is simple: to share knowledge on how to do the best creative work we can.

The first 20 minute session will be broadcast on the Blue Zoo Facebook page on Monday 11th April at 1.30pm BST. #bzlive

Bring your own sandwiches.

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  • This is such a lovely idea. Im going to bring up if theres anything we can do on a smaller scale at our studio!

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