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Animation can be used in adverts for different reasons as it adds a sense of surrealism and fantasy in an achievable way. Firstly, animation can be used when the target demographic is younger children, as animation makes the advert more appealing to children because they are more likely to take an interest to a colourful cartoon than an advert where people are just talking.
Parents have been left horrified after learning their local play centre in Melbourne’s southeast was being advertised as a venue for an out-of-hours swingers’ club.
An online advertisement for the party, which has been seen by 7News, invites like-minded ‘sexy’ young couples to enjoy a gathering at the venue in Cranbourne on Saturday, June 29.
The advert promotes children’s play equipment, such as a giant ball pit and jumping castle, as key features of the party.
The notice reads: “The party venue (not a home) has many features like a laser light show, fog machine, great sound system, games, a giant ball pit and a jumping castle, and an awesome time will be had by all.”
Parents say they have feel shocked and sickened by the claims, with some vowing not to return.
Melissa White told 7News: “I was here for a birthday party on Saturday and I’m just disgusted, disgusted.”
Another parent Nicole Bishop added: “I could have had my boy here and it literally makes me feel sick.”
The centre owners have denied they are behind the event.
A post on the 'Casey Kids Play House’ Facebook page reads: “We are trying to get to the bottom of this very disturbing issue and potential damage to our reputation.
"The playhouse is booked out on weekends for catered kids’ birthdays and also for private hire when we are not there.”
It goes on to say: “We assure you that even though the photos are of us there is/was no intention to hold any type of party of this description.”
The centre was closed for business today.
Victoria’s Child Safety Commissioner Bernie Geary said it is worrying there are no specific regulations covering indoor play centres and has called for a review of legislation.
“There is a shortage of regulations around these issues, so it’s something that should certainly be looked at by authorities,” he said.
Because of how short everyone’s segments will need to be to fit into a 30-second advert, I needed to come up with s simple scene that depicts the genre. Because I had looked at mainly knights and dragons in my research, I think it would be best to go down this route when creating my storyboard.
I would like the main character of the advert to engage with the scenario, maybe having to fight someone or defend herself from a potential threat. Looking back to my temporary character design of the treatment, I decided to go with the defensive route, using a shield to defend herself. I don’t have enough time in my clip to have the protagonist fighting, and I don’t think it would go down too well with the Cinema because it would the advert unsuitable for children. Having the ray of fire coming towards the character will create the same suspense as a fight, keeping the audience engaged with the scene.
After we submitted our storyboards, Milly sent us feedback and it was overall generally positive. She would like to see our animatics composed together so she could get a sense as to how the finished advert could look.
In my area, Upminster the population tends to be a mixture of those above retirement age and middle-aged parents with school age children. This means that my advertisement will need to have lots of colours so that the children will be attracted, the easiest way to get the parents attention is by getting the children attention because the parents will always take an interest in what their children are watching, for example if a parent sees their child glued to the TV screen then they will want to see what the child is watching, thus they will be drawn into the advert. Perhaps i could have a catchy jingle in my advert so that the children would remember it and sing it on the playground which will spread the adverts popularity so that the other children will sing it at home and their parents will then know what the advert is, and perhaps they will purchase what the advert is advertising.