I didn't get this one at first but then the name Chillpill came up along with "the making of" made me recognize it and I definitely think whoever edited this did a great job. Especially with the "the making of", that was cool beans.
Video #6: Ohmy.
Total source mismatch but done VERY VERY WELL. Also the sync was superb.It definitely wasn't what I was expecting with this song but it matched so well and heck, I really enjoyed watching this one.
Really disappointed here. One of the reasons the original video was so beautiful was due the creative use of large, empty rotos. Without that simple but unique effect, I actually had to look up which video you were making an homage for. :/ Very lazy. I mean, large amount of the rotos were still frames >_> Come on... Now it's just a video using the same song, nothing more.
Very creative take on FEIVE Big Big Truck would be proud....however...logos? Really? *takes the TBS logo that is in the majority of your footage and smacks you in the face with it several times*
I think I actually like the beginning of your video more than the original >_> While it's a shame you could recreate all the roto effects throughout the video, I mean, you only had a week I'm not gonna be hard on ya there. You did enough to get the idea across and made a pretty solid video.
I enjoyed the "Making Of" more than the "original video" >_>
Best of show. Oh wait... D:
Zomboleeeooo~ I want to dance around the room and then shoot my neighbors in their faces :3
Also, obvious numbering was obvious. If it's gonna be so easy to see wut u did thar, don't make it blind judging >_>
kireblue wrote:It took me a lot of effort and google searches to find the original for these videos. The Chillout and Odorikuruu recreations were the only ones that I immediately recognized.
Thanks for this, saved me time of having to find a few. Couldn't judge theme otherwise.
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