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My name is Muhammad Mansoor, I am very passionate about one day becoming a 3D Character Animator but, for now, to get my foot into the industry, I will focus on applying to an entry-level Animator role such as a Junior Animator.



Describe yourself in 5 words.

Positive, creative, adaptable, motivated and fun.

What makes you unique?

I used to be a Special Constable for the Metropolitan Police, so I can analyse threatening body language pretty well. I figured it would enhance my body mechanics skills in animation.

What are your biggest strengths and weaknesses?

Among my greatest strengths are my empathy and dedication. However, my weaknesses include my tendency to be quite extroverted at times and my difficulty with written English.

Tell us an achievement you're proud of.

I am particularly proud of the fact that my animation has improved so much that I was able to take on additional shots for my most recent animation group project.

Describe a challenge that you had to overcome in your group projects.

Some of the errors within my own shots were not apparent to me. Therefore, I was required to hand in some of my shots more than a few times.

Describe your favourite animated sequence.

During a fighting scene in an anime called 'Naruto', two characters, named Kakashi and Obito replicate their moves from when they were children while fighting as adults, bringing to the scene a great deal of emotion such as awe, nostalgia, anger, pain, and sadness.

What was your crowning moment of your time at Escape?

The moment my first group project won their first award.

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