Poser was created in part as a much-needed creative outlet, along with a desire to make something that captures the ever-growing activity of ‘selfie’ snapping. Tash got drawing and a week later the film was formed. Animation and colouring were both done with pencil and put together in the computer. A few months later Poser made it onto the big screen as part of the Whirlygig Cinema ‘Making Tracks’ evening, where it was accompanied with a live score.
There are still further plans for Poser, which has since been scored by Robert Ashbridge. So watch this space for developments!