Needs to be resubmitted with an M rating for language and sexual references. Or at least a T.
I'm not really a fan of these "x number" of "x subject" that will make you "x reaction" type videos, they just feel so old (to me). But I am now curious about Lithuanian energy drinks.
You know what's old doesn't always mean it's outdated ;). About the energy drinks they are actually really bad for your health, especially if you're not fully grown up.
It looks good, but I don't understand. Why did the churros kill him? Is it like an anti-junk food message?
Not everything has to have a meaning or a reason dude.
Actually I didn't plan too much what would happen in the animation so I inveted stuff on the go.
But if I may explain why it "kills", what happens is that the churro is a really sweet candy and it's preferably served hot, and if you eat a lot of hot sugar (at least on me) it hurts the stomach and gives the urge to defecate (again, if you eat a lot), and so I put in the grave not a rock but a toilet cover... (I hope it looks like one).
Anyways, despite of that I just wanted to kill a character for no reason...
That's it :)
Thanks for the stars and for passing by to leave a comment!
It's a great idea. My only complaints are that the text is bunched together too closely, making it really hard to read the words at times. That and it seems to get way out of control too early.
Oh, and "nosegaylike" isn't a word ;-)
You've just stolen other studio's animations. This isn't "your" work.
Sure this 3D Animation was done by a 3D Studio but the latter production was financed by a company willing to promote Shemale porn material and who runs various Shemale oriented sites. A company I'm part of and which possesses the legal rights on various Shemale 3d animations material to be used in both gaming and ad concept.
Controls only seem to operate correctly when you press one button at a time, and music tracks loop over the top of each other even when a new level begins.
Love it, man. I noticed that as the track progresses, and as more elements are introduced the kick begins to lose definition to the point where by 00:36 it's right at the back of the mix. If that was your intention, all well and good, but if not (I noticed on your page you mentioned you're new to music making) maybe look into applying some side chain compression to keep it upfront in the mix. Depending on what DAW you're using you should be able to find plenty of tutorials on youTube to help with this. I hope this isn't discouraging. I love the track, and I'm checking out the rest of your stuff now. :-)
Thanks! I'm going to look into it now actually. I've heard about side chaining (is that right?) before. I never really looked into why it was so important or why i needed to do it. The same goes for the EQ, Just haven't been able to nail it down properly. x.x
Thanks again! :3
Nice little ditty here. The bright piano gives it a very 90's pop feel, which isn't a bad thing. It's as if the sawtooth at the beginning sets the listener up for a video game experience, and then at 00:18 90's pop outfit M People show up with the electric piano and say "Don't worry boys, we'll take it from here." It gave me a nice surprise :-)
P.S. And that kick drum is friggin' hard!
hahah yes the kick was very hard. Im really gratefull for the feedback! Tell your friends, we have big things coming...
check this out for starters.
Very nice man. If you were modelling your kick on artists like Headhunterz, I'd say you friggin' nailed it. Well done. :-)
:G Thanks so much! The melody's shape was actually from a remix Heady did :D
Nice. You should totes draw me though...
This is amazing. I swear I almost get s sense of vertigo looking at this.
Thanks man! ;D
I'm going to be honest, and I'm not saying this to put down another artist, but this is better than anything I've ever seen from Camilla D'Errico. Don't get me wrong, she has a lot of talent, but the surrealism in her pieces (that I have seen) feel very forced to me. It's just:
Girl + Weird Shit On Head = Surrealism
(I realise this might come off as a very glib interpretation, but it's just the feeling I always walk away with after seeing her work).
The influence here is distinct, but it's just better. And I love it.
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