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- Joined: Jan 16, 2012
It's a little bit soon for a christmas tree (video), but don't worry, I just found footage of last year's tree and decided to upload it. (I used a great song by reneg88)
Raw footage of fingers that push record buttons on different devices.
"Do you see the shiny part on the upper left side? It's so intense, it's like ... it's like this mix of blood and raspberry syrup. It's so obvious that he used less syrup in the middle, this bloody touch makes it so dark. The focus stays in the middle, it's so marvellous, I can't stop looking at it."
"Are you serious?"
"Oh my god and the strong line around it! What an amazing brushwork technique, do you see it? On the bottom right side, where the line gets thinner ... it's like he wanted to say that every life line has ups and downs but if you stay focused, you get over the bad moments over and over again ... wow, what an amazing piece of art."
"Dude, calm down, it's only a red dot on a white sheet of paper."
"Wouldn't it be scary if a grave opened behind us?"
"Wouldn't it be even scarier if a grave opened right in front of us?"
"Why do you think so?"
"We could see how the headstone gets moved and a scary shadow starts to appear until a zombilike guy would appear."
"Or girl. What about the ground, he would"
"Yes, or she. Maybe it? First it would have to break the coffin until it puddles itself out of the ground. Furthermore it would have to move the headstone to get out... or would it be only a hand if it puddled itself out?"
"Isn't it always totally unrealistic in movies when buried alive persons puddle themselves out of the ground?"
"I hope so."
"Oh, nothing. Because it would be scary if the zombilike monster with its nasty hands who puddles itself out was behind us."
"That's true, so if the open grave was behind us, we would be the perfect first meal for the zombie monster because we wouldn't see it at first. Maybe we should walk faster, zombies are slow, aren't they?"
"So, you did see it, too?"
"What do you mean?"
"Nothing, nothing, move on."
I love eaneikciv's song for the tiny story "Once Upon a Balloon" ....
When I started this animation, I wanted to show the other side of Jellyland, like poor vs. rich, and this video should show the rich side.
Inspired by cibby's "heaven"-picture now the motto of the animation changed into something like the following: "They don't have to be afraid of death, because at least in heaven they have fun".