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  • Member: drewaconclusion
  • Studio: "It's a Trap!" Productions
  • Title: YTMND AMV: Fad of Princely Caliber
  • Premiered: 2010-05-22
  • Categories:
    • Comedy
    • Other
    • Parody
  • Song:
    • YTMND YTMND Remixes & Fad Songs
  • Anime:
  • Participation:
    • Otafest 2010, Otafest 2010 - AMV Contest (2010-05-23)
    • Phoenix Comicon, Phoenix Comicon AMV Contest (2010-05-29)
    • A-Kon 21, A-Kon 21 VSE (2010-06-04)
    • AnimeNEXT 2010, AnimeNEXT 2010 AMV Contest (2010-06-18)
    • Anime Expo 2010, Anime Expo Anime Music Video Contest 2010 (2010-07-01)
    • ConnectiCon 2010, ConnectiCon 2010 Fan-Made Music Video Contest (2010-07-09)
    • Animethon 17, AMV Contest (2010-08-07)
    • Anime Evolution 2010, Anime Evolution AMV Contest (2010-08-13)
    • Anime Vegas 2010 AMV Contest, Anime Vegas 2010 AMV Contest (2010-09-04)
    • Nan Desu Kan 2010, Nan Desu Kan 2010 (2010-09-11)
    • Anime Weekend Atlanta 16, Anime Weekend Atlanta 16 Expo Contest (2010-09-17)
  • Comments: This video is a homage/spoof of the website, www.ytmnd.com. It's made up of 14 short videos based on several of the site's fads. A number of them won't make much sense unless you're a regular of the site; even then, they still don't make sense. They'll still make you laugh anyhow. This one is good deal weirder and more experimental than the first video; but I feel that it's a lot funnier than the first. Oh, and one more thing, in keeping with the tone and look of www.ytmnd.com, some "cheesy" effects are used sparingly; so you are forewarned.

    Now for some comments about making the video. Well, two years (almost to the day) after making Commander in Fad, I've gone and made a sequel. Literally, this video has been two years in the making. A few segments were made right after the first one was made, I stopped after beginning work on other projects and the prospects of a YTMND MEP never came about. While working on some VG5 stuff in the middle of 2009, I made one or two segments. Then approximately the last 50% of the segments were made in a final push from Dec. 2009 to March 2010.

    Incidentally, an earlier video of mine, In Honor Of Pi Day, was originally intended to be apart of this; but was released by itself for the heck of it.

    Awards
    Fan Favorite @ Otafest 2010
    Best Parody @ Animazement 2010
    1st Place Comedy @ Phoenix Comicon 2010
    Audience Best in Show @ Fanime 2010
    Audience 1st Place Comedy @ Fanime 2010
    Best Comedy @ Connecticon 2010
    Editor's & Audience Choice Comedy @ San Japan 3
    Best Overall @ San Japan 3
    Best Comedy/Parody @ Anime Evolution 2010
    Runner Up Random Amusement @ Kumoricon 2010
    Best Comedy @ NDK 2010

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