Theredflash66 wrote:I saw the words "The red" so I asked myself "Why not check it out?" and then I saw the anime "Wolf's Rain" and said "Oh, that looks interesting "
Anyway I liked it! a bit weird here and there, but overall very enjoyable!
post-it wrote: .. I see no problems here ^__^
JadeCharm wrote:I'm totally in love with the song
and really nice flow
"I don't wana explain this AMV, because I want to know if someone can get the story without explanation. "
ok I'll try....the pink haired girl is running from her cruel husband because he needs her to awake his green haired wife. and the wolves are saving her?
OropherZero wrote:Emma Hewitt with... Wolf's Rain? o_O ok not exactly the combination I would expect, I'll grab this out of interest lol
Kisanzi wrote:Can't say that I'm a Wolf's Rain fan, but I liked this vid for the most part. Good flow and some of the transitions were pretty crafty (I'm talking about those eyes about half way through. ) On the flipside, while some transitions were good, other transitions were a bit forced and looked artificial, but not enough to really bug me. Overall good stuff.
lolligerjoj wrote:Really liked it, Pica, great job. I loved the transitions and the overall concept. Liked the music, liked the story. You know what... just have this like:
I was a bit confused by those new characters towards the end and couldn't understand how they fit in... I'll watch it again tomorrow and see if that wasn't caused by my current tiredness...
Shin-AMV wrote:Pretty solid for the most part. Emma Hewitt is .
Spaintakula wrote:Honestly...at first i thought it was gonna be a parody video
Spaintakula wrote:Honestly...at first i thought it was gonna be a parody video but still,it led me to something even more amazing...I really loved it and it deserved a rating from me ...now for my part
Otohiko wrote:Spaintakula wrote:Honestly...at first i thought it was gonna be a parody video
I know, I came here expecting some dog-f....
Nicely done, the video flowed very naturally and kept a consistent atmosphere. I really liked how you used a lot of subtle stuff, from motion to transitions, to keep scenes from looking static. I'd agree with Kisanzi about some of the transitions being so-so, but on the whole, this worked really nicely.
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