Domius wrote:Why title is called "Crescendo"?
Crescendo (figuratively): A gradual increase of anything, especially to a dramatic climax. It's what happens with our video
We knew our parts would have a big contrast, and that's what we want to achieve, actually. Lessons anime teach you through happy situations, and lessons anime teach you through desperate and hard ones. While Centurione's part had a general feeling of what anime teaches us as a whole, the next one (mine) was from a more personal aspect, from the narrator's one, talking about his experiences and challenges. And then, Farm is talking about dreams and aspirations.
Thank you anyway for your truthful opinion Domius!
MystykAMV wrote:but I think it's not the text that should tell us something, the point is that the video otself teaches us something without text >.< but nice job anyway :3
MystykAMV wrote:overall the editing was really really good, but I think it's not the text that should tell us something, the point is that the video otself teaches us something without text >.< but nice job anyway :3
And the last track, my favourite track. What I got from the video was that the boy is a manga artist who has some sort of illness. Due to this illness he's losing hope in life and his imagination is gradually decreasing. But what saves him is his dream of being an artist because an artist is someone who puts their imagination to paper. And you conveyed dreams as being very beautiful and vivid (by using eden & ef since they're well known "pretty" scenes) because dreams can be a form of imagination and imagination is limitless and it's the dream that gives him power to keep going.
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