Thanks for the comments, everyone. I honestly never expected the thing to be received so well.
There's a lot that can be debated in this video, and XenoDrake and I have already had a rather lengthy discussion over the merits (what little merit exists, anyway) and shortcomings of the piece, mostly with regard to me suffocating the story. (Abridged version of what we discussed: if you didn't see the story in the video, then you saw the evils of excessive compositing.)
silver_moon wrote:I don't know about the bit of lip-syncing you did, though. It just doesn't seem like a song you would lip-sync to. But that's just minor. It's definitely my favourite of your vids so far.
Yeah, this isn't the kind of song you would lip-sync to. Actually, I can't think of a single Sarah Brightman piece that you could *really* do a *good* lip-sync job with, if only because the dynamics and emotive power of her voice just make it incredibly
difficult to pull off lip-sync without making the character "singing" look wooden.
Well, maybe Hijo de la Luna
, for the most part...
Anyway, it taught me a few new compositing tricks. THe next thing I have to learn is how to make things *simple*
Thanks again, everyone.
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