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Victoria Beaton 2006 on foundation before starting her technical Arts BA

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Video interview of Victoria Beaton at WCA foundation 2006...

Robbie Pacquett Technical Arts and special effects

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In this video Robbie Pacquett talks about how he went about making his degree show work at Wimbledon College of Art, interviewed bet Chris Follows, towards the end of this video we see Robbie in hi

Will Pearce - Wimbledon graduate

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Will Pearce is Head of puppets and masks for Disney's Lion King production at the Lyceum theatre in Covent Garden, London.

Using Pulleys with Electric Motors

There are many types of electric motor from small battery powered mirror ball motors turning very slowly to large 240v motors able to rotate at speeds in excess of 1400 revolutions per minute (rpm)

Annealing (softening) Aluminium Plate


How to make a ball and socket joint for stop motion armature

A really great example of using online blogs and media to support complex workshop work from Steve wood and his brilliant blog

Wimbledon Technical Arts talking about her animation project

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Ruth, Wimbledon Technical Arts talking about her animation project.

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Victoria Beaton Tech Arts 2009

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Wimbledon Technical Arts student Victoria Beaton

talking about her final degree show piece for her show in 2009

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Life size cartoon Resin models

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Life size resin models of two cartoon characters created from 2D cartoon drawings for an exhibition in Stoke on Trent, these images show the process from beginning to end.