Freedom Nissin Cup Noodles Commercial 10 – Finale

Posted By yonghow on March 2nd, 2008

Apologies for the lack of updates – as usual work is murder as we toil on the final episode of Freedom.

Nissin Cup Noodles’ 10th and final Freedom commercial went on air on the 1st of March, but we actually wrapped up production for this way back in late December. I guess the advertising company wanted to release this a little closer to Freedom 7’s dvd launch, but even that’s a full 3 months away.

The commercial is more or less a digest of what happens at the end of Freedom 7, but for those who haven’t been following the series or watched Freedom 7 it might not make too much sense.

You can watch the commercial here.

Also check out the previous Freedom Nissin Cup Noodle commercials number 9, number 8, number 7, and number 6.

While the bulk of Freedom 7’s work still lie ahead in the next 2 months or so there is an unmistakable feel of transition in the studio – with the end of the series come change for all members of Freedom committee.

To me these are exciting times; where the immediate future is uncertain and new opportunities lie ahead, waiting to be discovered.


7 Responses to “Freedom Nissin Cup Noodles Commercial 10 – Finale”

tragic comedy

is this the end of the beginning?


Good work with the animation!! Hope you will have an easy transition to the next project in the coming months! 🙂


Good luck with all the hard work to come.


tragic comedy – Haha, its actually more like the beginning of the end I think.

Ivy, Kasumi – Thanks folks ! I’ll (be forced to) work hard ! :]


What?! Beginning of the end… Or you mean in Japan perhaps. It’d be rather sudden to move to another field of work suddenly.

tragic comedy

i must say though…some of the screens really look cel-like now..
perhaps the technology for making anime-looking anims with 3d has arrived at last?


w – Haha, my apologies, I think I misunderstood tragic comedy’s question; I thought he was referring to the end of Freedom.

tragic comedy – My director would be happy to hear that. I’m sure there’s always a place for both hand drawn animation and CG cell shading, the most important thing I guess is that they both continue to deliver great animation work for us to enjoy ! :]