Up to date images ive been working for the confectionary project "choo choo bar" these show the progress of where the storyboards have been going.
Simple monkey character to show kids easily the facial expressions.
Quick ideas using the characters in the storys-
Rabbit- jumping catching choo bar
Elephant-squirting bars from snowt and catching them.
Going back to the original look of the animals on the bar to be kept using flash.
Background to the CHOO CHOO BAR!
CHOO CHOO Bars
Choo Choo Bar is a chewy liquorice flavoured confectionery bar popular in Australia during the 60s, 70s and 80s.
It has been about 20 years since a Choo Choo Bar has graced Australian shelves and since their return late in 2009 Choo Choo Bars have been an instant winner in the lolly shop.
In fact it is almost impossible to keep up with demand when most of our customers who are Choo Choo Bar fanatics buy 6 or 10 at a time!
If you haven’t tried a Choo Choo Bar yourself and you like licorice, well you are in for a treat. Choo Choo Bars are a Hard Toffee like Licorice Bar.
The most popular way to devour them is by sucking them or if this is too much for you you can break your Choo Choo into pieces to make it a little more manageable to enjoy and perhaps last a little longer.
Wrapped in an iconic blue wrapper with a picture of an old Steam Train, these days there is also a raspberry flavoured Choo Choo bar – perhaps a reflection of the popularity of red licorice?
When was the last time you blackened your tongue on a delicious Choo Choo Bar? I would love to hear your Choo Choo memories.