Sunday, 15 September 2013

Bucks Graduate reaches top ten in The Animation Talent Awards

Animation Talent Awards - now voting
Bucks graduate Monika Dzikowicz has reached the top ten entries in the online Animation Talent Awards - and now she needs your help! Back in May we blogged about the call-out for entries, encouraging all our students to compete. International contests like this are a great way for animation students and recent graduates to get noticed, and to showcase their talent. Even if you don't win, what you learn from entering the competition is an invaluable experience in itself.

Go to to see the competing entries. Monika's entry is the second on the list (in the middle of the image above). Of course, we're a bit biased, but we think her entry is the best. Still, check out the competition, and decide for yourself. Voting begins on Monday September 16th.

If you'd like to see more of Monika's art and animation, check out this recent showcase of her work. You can also see her excellent design work for a short film we're making at Bucks, with a number of recent animation graduates, titled What's Wrong With The Global Development Organisation?, which is now almost finished.
Directed by Monika Dzikowicz
Don't forget, all the work you do here at Bucks is just a dress rehearsal for your future career. We want all our students to be able to compete on equal terms with the very best talent from around the world - and win.


To see the impressive work done by our students and recent graduates here at Bucks, check out SuperFergy in 3D by Anton Alfy, see the work of Jens KopkeBen Gray's Moonbeam, and the architectural visualisations of Sabah Masood and Anton Alfimenko. Also take a look at the work of Andy Thomas here, see our latest commercial project for Rocketseed, our short film done for a global aid agency, and take a look at the excellent work of designer Monika Dzikowicz, architectural visualisation specialist Krsytof Michalski, Alex Whitfield and the 3D artwork of Mike Swan. And don't forget to see the simulation work of our students done in RealFlow. To see our student demo reel, click here.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks a lot for the feature! I hope people will take time to vote and share the page : )