TWO Barnsley College students will showcase their work to healthcare practitioners next month.

Florence Marshall and Daniel de Freitas, both games design students at the college, will produce their five-month animation project.

The project will culminate in a final showcase where the students will present their final piece to healthcare professionals.

Throughout, the students have developed comprehensive skills in the creative process, decision-making and navigating the intricacies of working under pressure, adhering to briefs and meeting deadlines.

Daniel said: “I found the project challenging but rewarding. It offered me an inside view of how working in the industry feels, especially working on a creative brief under pressure with a deadline.

“I also learned the importance of presenting work, communication and teamwork skills.”

Florence added: “Our tutor gave us the opportunity to create an animation for the local council, where we had weekly meetings to discuss how it should look to represent mental health amongst young people.

“During the project, I have developed my skills in 3D modelling, texture, storyboarding and blender.”