Puppy animation

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $250 - $750 USD
  • Total Bids 25

Project Description

Can you quote a price on a 30 second - 1 minute video that depicts a virtual world of a few puppies waiting anxiously around a school bus as some smaller, more scruffy, tired and raggedy puppies are getting off the bus. It should appeal to children ages 6 - 15 yrs old. I would like the puppies to have a cute but somewhat sad look to them with slightly bigger than natural eyes. I am including a puppy for you to see the basic look I'm going for.

The video can take place on a farm or somewhere with rolling green hills in the background. Trees and a sunshine filled day. I like the Greedy Dog video a lot and it can be similar to that.

Action could include:

2 or 3 puppies await anxiously as a school bus pulls up. It should say "Rescue Bus" on its side. The puppy driving the bus gets off and shakes his head in sorrow/disgust. One of the puppies (call him Puppy 1) waiting for the bus gets on the bus and sees some very sad, scruffy puppies and helps them off the bus where the other two puppies take them toward a barn. In the back of the bus is one very sad, forlorn puppy that just isn't moving and seems to have lost his will to do anything. Puppy 1 walks over to him and sighs. Puppy 1 walks up to his face and gives him a slow, loving lick on his face. The sad puppy looks up at him with big eyes. Then Puppy 1 walks around behind him and nudges him with his nose to get him going. Reluctantly the scared puppy gets up and off the bus with Puppy 1. Puppy 1 nuzzles him and the two walk toward the barn together.

I'm not sure how many seconds that might be, as I'm new to this.

Also, for a later project, how does sound get added in? How about voices and lines, as if it was a short talking video. (The puppies would be talking)

Please let me know what you think. Thank you, Dale

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