- Members: JCD, Messi
- Studio: Anivision
- Title: Fight For Justice
- Premiered: 2004-05-15
- Toshihiko Takamizawa Battle Of Fire (female chours version)
Quick Note: This was made before my Strike On video, I just released it later due to the premiere at the Conneko convention ;)
--- 3rd Place in the Action / Adventure category at Conneko 2004 :3
--- Honorable Mention in Action at AnimeCentral 2004 o_o
--- Viewers Choice in Action / Adventure at FAnime 2004
(whoohoo, viewers choice means alot to me, thank you guys!)
This was a video which was quite fun to edit.
Originally I got to this song through my friend Daniel (Messi) who wanted to make his first AMV to this combination you see here. I thought the idea was damn good, I even would pull it off myself. OK, so he edited but unfortunately he didn't get past the first 30 seconds.
The Conneko AMV-Contest was coming up in Germany and I was wondering what AMV I should make. Since Daniel didn't edit any further on his video, I asked him if I could do it - and so I did :)
Basicly my first 15 seconds were the same as Daniel's as I had no better idea myself. Further on I quickly discovered how fast paced this AMV is going to be. Scene changes to every clash in the song... that would make 3 scene changes per second. Alot of people may think "That's too freaking fast", but wait until you see ;)
Kiddy Grade fitted very well to the song. It even allowed me to make the video a bit storyline-based, that means pretty random fun in the beginning, more serious scenes in the middle, an unexcepted twist and a bombastic final fight at the end. That's the way Kiddy Grade is build as well, it's a great anime with alot of fanservice.
Oh yeah, fanservice, couldn't avoid Eclair's pants showing up in several parts of the video, she is so hawt :3
Anyway, it's indeed the fastest video I've ever done, and it surpassed my expectations by far. It's a bit dedicated to Daniel since he helps me so much with beta-viewing my videos & making suggestions, that's why I even entered him as a collaborator here. Thank you, my friend ! :)
The reaction and premiere at Conneko was great since it was played all along with my friends videos. I was having a great time at the con and the contest was so damn tough and high level, I really enjoyed it :) Definately better than the Connichi contest last year.
I like it alot now and I hope you'll enjoy it as well ;)
Programs used: Adobe Premiere 6.0 for all the editing except the 3d fake wall which was done in Adobe Photoshop 7.0
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