I am looking for someone to create a silhouette animation for a prime time TV science documentary we are making.
The animation needs to have constant movement. It should start looking down on a simple flat family tree (birds-eye view) going back six generations which clearly identifies males and females. From the birds-eye view of this family tree we would like the camera to swoop down and weave through the silhouetted characters of the family tree. I’ve attached a placeholder animation we have been using as a placeholder from Getty images of the way we’d like to move backward through the family tree – Note this not exactly what we are looking for just an indication of how we’d like to go back through the tree. I have also attached a jpeg of the family tree
Many of the male members of the family are violent characters and they need to somehow be visually displayed as violent and differentiated from the non-violent members of the family. The tone of the animation should be dark and moody and there could be a visual reference to the family originating from Holland. Approx duration: 18 secs including 4 secs at the beginning for the family tree and the camera swoop down
Below is a plan of the family tree – in this simple diagram the females are circles, males are squares
Depending on satisfaction and price we may add another separate silhouette animation sequence to depict some of the actions of the violent men in the family - such as arson, stabbing with pitchfork, running someone over with a car which would be required to sync with the script.
If you are interested, and can you give me an estimate on how much it would cost?
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