Game Character Escapes 2D World

One the gamers will particularly enjoy. This is just brilliant…

Enzo The Explorer, a 2D game character escapes his world.

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The Lost Levels ‘The Early Sheets’ from RadarMusicVideos on Vimeo.

‘Game character escapes 2D world’

Artist: The Lost Levels

Track: ‘The Early Sheets’

Artist URL: http://www.myspace.com/thelostlevels

Director URL: http://www.radarmusicvideos.com/users/eyebath

And this is how it got made…

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Next Generation Talent

Panasonic’s Next Generation Talent competition asks UK students to put their creative skills to the test and produce a TV ad. It’s back for 2009 and I’ve been asked to get involved with the judging.

However instead of me banging on about what I think; it’s clearly better to get some other opinions. So please take a look at the entries below and leave your comments on the blog or email them to me.

Here’s the lowdown.

The Brief: “Produce a TV ad to promote the Panasonic G10 Viera with FreeSat Home Hub TV, leveraging the Everything Matters brand positioning.”

The Entries:

1 – Paul Bryan // Concept: An upgrade of television life over the past forty years.

2 – Steffan Harrison // Concept: Little things make the big picture happen

3 – Romaine Reid // Concept: Show off the features and benefits of each product within Panasonics HD home hub series.

4 – David-Childs-Clarke // Concept: Electronic devices coming to life via their on lights

So that’s it.

What do you think?

Please take 2 minutes out to give these guys some feedback!!

Read more about Next Generation Talent at http://nextgenerationtalent.co.uk/

Disclosure: I do not work for Panasonic or any of their agencies.