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Old 27-04-2010, 02:23 PM   #1
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WOW,

Thats some excellent work
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Very nice. Love the Cadbury's Trailer. Seen that a couple time on TV and thought it was really cool.

So, I'm assuming this was done by the studio you work for?
What role did you play? I'm very interested in the process.

Nice work man.
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cheers, i came in late on the cadburys ad and only really did the chocolate bar at the end. On the sunflowers i made blend shapes for the different models and did various higher and lower res models. I am still a junior artist so i kinda get the boring jobs like matchmove and blend shapes and layout stuff but its still really enjoyable working. I learn stuff all the time.

what process would you like to know about?
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I was wondering about the compositing, how much of the original footage was chocolate (in the bowls) and how much was CG.

Plus, the giant bubble of chocolate, was that all done with fluid effects? Or was it just Geo with lots of funky texturing/displacement?
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been working on commercials too of late its not what i thought i would be doing but it pays the bills
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cool hammer, looked cool.

It pays the bills and gives you experience mate.

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All I can say hammer...is.......f*****g WOWWWWWWWW man!!!! that is bloody good...not to mention piss funny!!! Just like the days of the old school yard!! bahahahah well donr to you and all the crew mate!!!

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hey hammer cant seem to find the video did you remove it
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It's a well made Ad indeed, there is only one but that has nothing to do with the quality of the ad and that is that the ad has absolutely nothing to do with what Cadbury does, I don't come from the UK, so I had to google Cadbury and it looks like they make chocolate??
And it isn't even mentioned in the ad.

Again it has nothing to do with the quality you guys delivered I am just wondering that's all.

This is for instance something that got made here in the Netherlands , this brings the message a lot clearer I think:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVCHuPzuJpM


I don't know how high up you are in the hierarchy at MPC Hammer, but maybe you guys can do a parody on Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory( somewhere along the line of a drunken Santa kicking around his elves versus the happy santa )

Again lovely work
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actually this ad was designed to promote games, not chocolate. cadburys are 2012 sponsors, i guess thats where they were going with this.

post production companies dont come up with the ideas for commercials, we just make them.
you have ad agencies which work with creatives and directors to come up an idea that suits the client.
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