Creative concept required for an animated video

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We would like some assistance in coming up with the creative concept for an animated 30 second TV commercial presented in a story board or some other clear way for us to view your concept and take it to the next step (the animators).

We would like to use the “Liebig’s Law of the Minimum” theory as the basis of our content.

This theory will aid us in showing how and why our organic fertiliser products outperform other chemical fertilisers or bulk manures. Essentially, Liebig’s premise is that growth is controlled not by the total amount of nutrition available, but by the scarcest nutrient (limiting factor). (So you can keep piling more bulk on but if you are not piling on the right stuff aka the limiting factor then it will be of no benefit).

Liebig’s theory uses a wine barrel to demonstrate the theory but we think there could be a better way and one can be more relevant to our circumstances and would like to see what you can come up with.

Here are some links that explains or demonstrates the theory and you may wish to do further research yourself.

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Our website may also assist you from our branding point of view ([url removed, login to view]) and I have also attached our most recent animated video.

I look forward to seeing your bids – please be as detailed as possible with your concept ideas upon bidding as I will be making a decision based on the best concept, not just best price.



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