Over the years we’ve taught kids and young adults from Kindergarten to College.  At Rocky Mountain Animation Labs we feel strongly that an exposure to all types of animation techniques are important, and that’s why our students will make stop-motion, cgi, cut-out, cel, and pixellated films.  Here are a few examples of the type of projects created by former students that represent the type of animation the students at RMAL will have the opportunity to create.

“A Night at the Office”

A short CGI film created by the freshman class of 2013 at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

“Rex’s Power Problem”

A short film funded by the California Energy Commission. Using the Cut-Out animation technique, this was created in 2003 by 5th and 6th graders at Taylorville Elementary School, Taylorville, California.

“The Hungry Worm”

A Stop-Motion animation by 2nd and 3rd graders at Studio Arts, a privately owned Arts School in Dallas, Texas in the fall of 2006.


RMAL Student Work Compilation”