MPC, 180 Amsterdam and Director Rob Blishen Build a Handmade Paper Universe for Sony PlayStation

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MPC and director Rob Blishen worked with 180 Amsterdam on an unconventional spot, creating a paper world of adventure for the launch of Tearaway, the new platforming game from the award-winning studio behind the LittleBigPlanet franchise, Media Molecule.

The new game, made exclusively for Sony’s portable PlayStation Vita console, is set in a 3D world made entirely of paper. The team took this one step further in creating a real-life paper world at 1:12 to scale which was integrated with green screen and shot elements. MPC collaborated with Rob to create the miniature sets and scaled paper puppets, subsequently using stop motion and a live action shoot with matched moves. The elements were integrated with discreet 3D and 2D work and set extensions.

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Said Rob Blishen,"To blend as many disciplines as this spot contains into one coherent whole, meant I needed a team who could take something highly complex to plan and shoot and make it appear simple... a pretty good definition of one of the major strengths of MPC really."

Watch the spot below.

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