- Member: EBwiz
- Studio: Arcadia Studios
- Title: Tribute to Bardock
- Premiered: 2002-05-26
- Character Profile
- Linkin Park Pushing Me Away
This marks my first music video's completion! A tad bit rocky start considering the minor errors, but overall, very nice for my first try even using the program. The idea came up when Hokuten Knight was talking to me on the phone, and he told me a good song for the Dragonball Z TV special (and video in America), Bardock: Father of Goku, would be Pushing Me Away by Linkin Park. I questioned at first because I didn't see how the song fit Bardock, but after a brief explination on how it could reflect Bardock's relationship with freiza, I was hooked on the idea and immediately started thinking of how it could work. While the final production isn't exactly how I pictured it, I pulled it off pretty nicely. A few things to note: The beginning is slightly awkward as it jumps from scene to scene like that. I apologize, and I'll try to make sure that doesn't happen as much in the newer videos. The other thing is a scene where it shows Bardock's dead crew members. The transitions between scenes from the dead crew to Bardock's hand is a little short and uneven, and this was actually because I had to do that section twice because of a crash, so that was sort of a rush job fix. Again, I apologize. Other then that, I hope you enjoy this video! One other thing to note: All lip synching to the song is purely not intentional.
Update: Ugh, this video looks like crap now that I look back... Sorry it's not up yet, it's hard working on a 56K connection, even if the video is only 5MB or so. I'll have it and my other videos (or at least the ones I did in Windows Movie Maker... I use Abode Premiere now) up as soon as I find a place that can hold them and I can up load a file bigger then 1 mb... It's still ok for my first time even using a video editing program, but all in all it could've been so much better, and I plan to make it better once I get my DVD drive or video capture device on the Bardock DVD.
2nd Update: Haven't figured out how to remove things from the catalouge. Ignore this.