Australia’s Virgin Mobile has half-filmed three TV commercials for its All You Can Eat campaign, based around bizarre events happening at a 1950’s American diner, and has launched a competition calling for entries to the endings.
You can storyboard the endings to “Mafia Kidnapping”, “UFO Abduction”, or “Police Getaway”, and win a road trip adventure, complete with one-way flights for 2 to Cairns, $5000 cash, a Canon HD digital video camera, a phone… and that’s on top of them making the winning ad and it going on TV! There are also tons of runner-up prizes.
As a creative tool, they’ve designed a very nifty flash app to sketch on top of the TV commercials, complete with kapows, thuds and bang-bangs-bangs. You can even change the film genre to a Spaghetti Western if you like. Entries close August 31.
Check out the 15-second TV ad stubs, the gallery of entries already submitted, and the very sweet prize right here!
Impressive scenes of kite-surfing filmed in HD. The videography blew my mind.
Here’s a promo animation I recently completed. With the hard sell type stuff taken care of, this could be kept soft and a bit mysterious.
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UK reborn artist Deborah King and her fake baby-dolls. The process of reborning a doll is being able to create as realistic baby as possible.
This is achieved by firstly buying or creating a doll mould to start the reborning process. It is then neccessary to begin colouring the dolls head, body and limbs through a variety of different techniques to give a very realistic human skin effect. This takes multiple layers of different paints to create mottled effects such as that of a newborn baby.
DropClique Design Division – Home of Brooklyn based freelance art director and designer Pete Golibersuch. Works from the first half of 2008. www.dropclique.com