BasharOfTheAges wrote:I clicked on the thread and my first thought was "will the text be pink?" - I am not disappoint.
EDIT - There is an added benefit to using a source you've never seen, you're sure as hell not going to fall into the trap of making a video that only makes sense to people who have seen the show. You're forced to make something that's well-defined on it's own. That's one of the key qualities of a video that people will remember. It also makes it easier to explore a novel idea - which is another key quality in videos people will remember.
I often look up a summary of the anime if I want to make a story-driven video.....but then most of the time I end up either not liking the storyline or just wanting to make something new anyway. (For instance, I will likely soon be making a happily ever after "good end" Clannad video). However, on the occasions when I've went for creating my own storyline, I've found it ends up being really confusing for those familiar with the anime.
Yep, that's the typical Ileia we all love! Good read.
Ileia wrote: I was born in Athens, Greece
Holy... ah, i see. Ouzo instead of milk when you were a baby. I should have tried that too.
Well, to clarify, I was born in Greece because my American dad was stationed there while he was in the army, technically I'm a citizen of both countries. I dunno about ouzo, but my nanny always took me early in the morning to get fresh bread from a market, despite the fact that I was only old enough to gnaw at it. It was apparently the highlight of my day, I'd be up and ready to go every morning, so Greek bread must be pretty good.
Thanks again for interviewing me and thank you for the comments.