We set up our animation company in 2006 in an old railway arch in Digbeth. We’ve seen the city change over the years, but we love being surrounded by the diverse talent pool in Birmingham.

A Birmingham Animation Company

We set up as one of the few animation companies in Birmingham producing stop motion animation. Although we produce animation in all it’s forms, stop motion is our true passion. Click the link to find out more about all of our animation services.

The blog posts listed below have all been tagged as referencing the amazing city that is Birmingham. We hope you enjoy reading them…

Second Home team accepting an RTS Midlands Award.

RTS Midlands Award Win 2022

On November 25th our team switched out of studio confines into best dress to attend the RTS Midlands Awards 2022. As a night celebrating creativity across the region, we were pleased to gain a fantastic

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The RTS Midlands 2022 Logo
2D Animation

RTS Midlands Award Nominations 2022

In 2021, The Royal Television Society held their annual RTS Midlands award ceremony online. (Where we watched the celebration of creativity unfold – in our PJ’s). This year, the 2022 Midlands awards will be held

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Behind The Scenes

Studio Hands Join PPE Effort

In March 2020, we joined the effort to create PPE from our material stocks in the form of these face shields. We liaised with DT teachers Rob Phillips and Stuart Sweetman at King Henry VIII

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Meet the 'Bone Gang'
Miniature Sets

Trick or Treat!

Our Halloween Homage to Harryhausen This summer we made a brilliant new creative friendship in the form of Ian Davies, photographer par excellence. Ian is in the process of collating a 100 strong collection of

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Animation Awards

Double RTS Nomination for Sony Projects

We’re proud to announce that we’ve received two nominations in this year’s Royal Television Society Midlands Awards. Our broadcast promotion for ‘Women That Kill,’ a documentary special on Sony’s True Crime channel was picked for the

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