Content Marketing Executive
Early birds kids club
To animate short videos for 3-5 year olds, encouraging them to learn the alphabet, phonetics and to write.
These videos are to be put into a book with a centred small screen. Graphics already provided.
3 x 1-2 minute videos, containing a character, animation, sound effects and music.
We provided the animation and put our client in touch with a talented music writer. We then put all elements together in a final video.
Three full video were put together, which were then uploaded to YouTube and other social medias by the client.
The phonics video has 825K views to date.
The client is lauching his book. The twitter account is here
The Forget Never Project
Video is required to be part of a play to commemorate armisters day. The play is about World War One soldiers in England, France and Germany coming home from the war in 1918. The clients wanted to show that if people work together, then they can prevent future conflict. The client wanted to do this using the animation to show a scene of a battle field after the soldiers had gone home. "A soldier's boot print and other things to suggest a battle had taken place such as a bullet case, barbed wire or anything you can suggest that would have been around in 1918. Then to show the passage of time, I wanted dust or earth to blow over the boot print and other things and bury them so that the ground has become whole once more and there is no reminder of the battle. Then I wanted one shoot to come out of the ground and to grow with shoots and leaves and buds. The commemorative flower of Britain is the poppy, of France is the cornflower and of Germany is the forget-me-not. I wanted the buds to open and poppies, cornflowers and forget-me-nots to be growing on the same plant and to fill the screen. Finally, I wanted the words 'One World - One People - Together' to appear on the screen. While the animation is running, I want the narrator to read the following:" (Script)
The video will also be translated into other languages, so no Voiceover is required.
A 2 minute animation, using subtitles.
We provided the images, animation, sound effects and music.
The video was shown at the end of the play. An actor read the subtitles live.
The play was shown in Germany the following year.