Nick Jellicoe, the author of “Jutland The Unfinished Battle” is all set to produce a 25 minute animated video about the 1919 Scuttling of the German Fleet at Orkney. After a successful launch of the animated version of Battle of Jutland in 2016 viewed by over 2 million people and having received rave reviews; Nick is coming together with the same team to create yet another historic animation. The team consists of Stefan Draminski, a popular 3D animator who is known for his unique creativity and vast experience in the field.
Nick is playing a major role in the Centenary preparations and has written two books and will launch a website in November. He has also introduced a merchandise range commemorating the occasion. The German naval Museum, the SeaWar Museum and the Lyness Visitor Center in Denmark have expressed great interest in exhibiting the upcoming animation. The animation project is now on Kickstarter for crowdfunding. The funding will be used to include better graphics and inputs for creating first-class animation. Those who back the project can choose from a range of premium books, beenies, Scapa Flow Bierstein from Bavaria and Polos.
To support the project visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1031810200/the-1919-scutling-of-the-german-fleet-animation
About Nick Jellicoe
Nick Jellicoe from Lausanne, Switzerland comes with over 40 years of experience in Marketing and Communications. After running the Rolex Global Communications Project for 10 years, Nick decided to retire and pursue his passion for writing. He is the author of “Jutland. The Unfinished Battle”, a much acclaimed book published in 2016 coinciding with the battle’s centenary. Nick also introduced a novice approach of story-telling the historic battle through his website jutland1916.com and with a 24 minute animation about the battle which was viewed by over 2 million people online.
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