(Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
I imagine it makes for an interesting conversation when they meet new people
"Hi, I'm Bob and I work at CadburyWorld"
Say... they don't happen to have any vacancies, do they?"
We couldn't eat it off the production line!
Peoples' spit would get into the food! We were given loads of free samples (Dairy Milk, Crunchies, Curly Wurlys
) and at one stage they gave us a small pot with melted chocolate that we could eat with a spoon. There was also a place away from the main factory called Essence where you could choose an topping out of marshmallows, mini biscuits, rice crispies and jelly babies, and then they would give you a plastic cup full of melted chocolate and your chosen topping
Erm... I don't really watch primeval, so I don't think I'm really qualified to comment on it, but my first impressions are that, for a trailer, it is FAR too long. I'd say that a trailer sound be around 30 seconds, 1 minute MAXIMUM. 4 and a half minutes
is far too long, you're going to lose people's interest. In addition, I think the transitions were terrible, particularly the audio. At parts you'd have quite a loud action shot, which would suddenly switch to a quiet shot with one or two people speaking. Think, when you see adverts on TV, they rarely use audio from the show (aside from maybe some speech) usually they just have a song overlay so that the audio isn't too jerky.
That sounded a bit harsh, sorry
I'm just trying to help. If it makes a difference, I think you chose some good action shots that would encourage people to watch the show
I would just maybe make out a few so that the advert isn't so long.
In other news, I got an A for my first module in Art today
Obviously I would have prefered an A*, but I was actually really pleasantly surprised, I havn't got on with this unit at all and I expected a B at best.