I have a simple picture of a building which I need to display (in a PowerPoint), but instead of displaying directly, it needs to transition into view as if it's being built brick by brick. So at first there's just one "brick" at the bottom left (which is actually just a rectangular piece of the final picture), which is then joined by the next brick, and so on, until the whole image is built. You can introduce new bricks as a flying, fading or simply instant transition - whichever is easier for you, but my preference is in the above order.
To get an idea of a brick wall layout:
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Note that I don't want any brick texture, remember that each brick is just a part of the picture. The above image is just for the layout reference. The size and the number of the bricks don't matter, but there should be enough bricks to keep a crowd entertained for around 5 minutes.
Now preferably, I want this done as a custom PowerPoint 2007 transition, so I can easily incorporate it into my existing presentation. (So I can have the freedom to change the length of the transition, change the final picture etc, if needed)
*HOWEVER*, if it's not possible for you to do the above, then I don't mind a regular animation, provided to me as a video or GIF file. In this case, I will provide you with the starting and ending pictures, so you can animate the transition between them. (I will then insert this video/gif in my ppt, which will act like a transition.)
*** Please note that the duration of the animation should be around 5:53 (5 minutes and 53 seconds). ***
I want this done within 24 hours after I choose the winning bid. Please note that this deadline CANNOT be extended under no circumstances, so don't bid on this project if you're not sure if you can finish it in time.
Bid Selection Criteria:
Anyone is welcome to bid, newcommers as well. However, if you're a newcommer then I would like to see a small sample animation as described above, so that I know you understand what I want, and I know that you can do it.
Please choose your bid amount wisely - consider how/what you're going to do (ppt transition or video/gif, flying bricks or fading bricks or instant bricks..). Finally, don't forget the time limit!
This animation will go in a slideshow for a charity event. We are conducting this event to raise funds for the construction of this building. The premises will be used for various community events. So please be considerate and bid appropriately. Thanks!