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A Time for Your Own Movie Dream to Come True

Yes!! The yearly creative competition, TBS Digicon 6 is back!!

I just submitted my previous over-do-it unity animation for it. This one if you can’t remember..


Actually, I wanted to submit my sad Miao&WafuPafu video but it’s more like a slide show than an
animation. :(


Anyone wanna help me out with the redo? :P

Anyway, if you create your own videos, no matter it’s 2D, 3D, love action shots or stop-motion animation, anything as long as it’s digital, do check out the 15th TBS DigiCon6 competition. For more information, do either click the link below.

<< TBS DigiCon6 >>
or read further below.

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Aiming to bring all creative minds from across Asia together, Multimedia Development Corporation DeC has partner with TONTON together with Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) this year to bring the 15th TBS DigiCon 6 !!

If you’re a director, animator, a story teller, any thing as long as you’re a digital content creator…it’s time to get your dreams come true.

What dream? Having your name known, your creative works out to the world or even to the big screen, of course.

How? Just submit your digital content of:
1. Computer graphic animation (2D/3D).
2. Live-action films shot/ edited by digital movie equipment.
3. All 3D-rendered films (Includes stop-motion and clay animation).
in any style or theme which does not exceed 15 minutes in duration to Veedo.my before 12nd September! So dig out all your previous works and submit them!

Exceptional entries will be awarded and the awarded creators might be supported in future in various ways in their creative production or release.
Prizes for Malaysia Local Competition
First Prize (1 work): RM3,000 + Prize from Avid and Wacom + Certificate and Invitation to the main ceremony of TBS DigiCon6 Awards held in Tokyo, Japan on November 2013.
Second Prize (1 work): RM2,000 + Certificate

Third Prize (1 work): RM1,000 + Certificate • Honourable Mention (1 work): RM500 + Certificate
Both professional and amateur creators are welcomed to participate in this competition, and all entries will be judged fairly based on the judging criteria.

 

<< Submit Now!! >>

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Random

Story from Malaysian Borneo’s side

This is an entry I did for the campaign, 50×50 My Malaysia stories in conjunction of up coming Malaysia Day.

Feel free to read up other Malaysian’s stories at  MyMalaysia50.com :)

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then…

Different people different story.

We still have a long way to go as a Malaysian. Let’s start by listening to each other stories at MyMalaysia50.com and see every sides of Malaysia. :)

Come share the Malaysia you know of, or the Malaysia you want it to be. :)

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Sarawak Trip

Haru at the Sarawak Layered Cake Shop

There’s a village across the Sarawak River, and there lies one of Kuching’s famous Layered Cake.  And being in Kuching, one should really go and try the cakes.

So I brought Haru over when we were there…

The kid really did that!! I was like What The Meow!! He really taste it and put it back when he does not like it.  I think the kid learn from his parents because I see some parent tends to eat what their kids don’t like to eat. :| Seriously, parents stop doing that.

Well that’s not the shocking part…

because just right after that…

Haru.. if you’re reading this. Hmm.. ehh… Sorry, I was too late to inform you and since you already ate it, I think it’s best to keep it a secret then.

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Sarawak Layered Cake

Sarawak Layered Cake is one of the must eat food in Kuching or Sarawak. Sarawakians eat and serve this food mostly during festive holidays like Chinese New Year, Hari Gawai, Hari Raya and even Christmas.

The Layered Cake is actually originate from the neighbour Indonesia but revamp and re-modified with a touch of Sarawak local food like Horlicks, Carbury and tribal design, Pua Kumbu.

There are two types too, dry one and the moist one. (And no, it’s not from the saliva. hahaha) I personally prefer the moist one and served cold :D. Oh, I got the photos from Dayang Salhah, the shop I always visit since the boss always ask me to eat for free. hahah

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