Cass graduate Sean provided animations for recent Red Nose Day on BBC.
Date: 10 April 2013
Cass Animation alumnus Sean Sears created the animation to appear behind the comedians and presenters for the recent Comic Relief Red Nose Day.
Sean, who works for leading media company Framestore, explained "The stuff I did was all of the 2D bits on the screens, the 'still to come' menus, some of the path animations, the totaliser bits and so on. It was about 3 minutes of content but spread out and repeated over 7 hours."
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