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Reminder: You can be a part of the next TtWaV project(s)

11:00 PM on 12.04.2011

Jonathan Holmes

Editor-in-Chief

That is an 11-month old girl dancing to a song I wrote. Life doesn't get much better than that. 

Do you want to see babies dancing to something you wrote and/or made too? Then get involved with the latest Talking to Women about Videogames project! We put out the call last week for remixes of the new theme song(s) and short clips to be used in the upcoming music video. So far response has been excellent. Still, there is plenty of room left for more songs and videos, so if you want to get in on some of this potential fame and fortune, here's your chance.

In case I didn't make it clear before, you can write an original TtWaV-inspired song instead of doing a remix, or just do a piece of fan art instead of a video clip, or something else entirely that I could have never imagined. The only rule here is there are no rules, so just go for it an see what happens!

I've also added some new greenscreen photos for you budding directors/animators out there. Any of you guys like Pikmin? How about Boglins? If so, you're in luck. You can use these pics in conjunction with photos I dropped off last time, or in any other way you want, to make a gif or short video clip, and I'll try to fit it into the music video. The deadline is still set for December 14th, but A LOT of people have asked for an extension on that, so don't be surprised if the deadline ends up getting pushed back. 

If you have any other questions, don't be shy about emailing me or dropping off a question in the post. I can't wait to see what you come up with!



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