- You're Not The Only One (FINAL MIX)
Here is the final mix of "You're Not The Only One" that appears on RE: The Number One of HITRECORD ON TV.
“The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A house who lives fully is prepared to die at any time” is what Mark Twain would have said if he worked in real estate or understood that houses were not usually afflicted with morbidity-related anxiety. However, what Mr Twain may or may not have said is not a pressing matter right now, what is important is this small house.
If you were to describe a magnificent stately home with granite buttresses, recently-polished-by-the-parlourmaid marble floors and a rather splendid neo-gothic nursery on the second floor, just behind the library, then this small house would be rather annoyed as you were clearly distracted and thinking of another dwelling.
It was this kind of aggravating behaviour that caused this small house to consider a change of scenery. This small house would no longer sit up in the cold mountains, ignored by everything in its cold and empty surroundings except for a sled called Algernon Talmage. The long, snow-infested evenings of solitaire had become simply too much. Algernon the Sledge had been saying for weeks “Location is very important”, so in frustration this small house simply stood up and walked away. Admittedly, it was a bit of an obnoxious move but Algernon Talmage was very understanding, as he was the sort of kind-hearted and generous sled that I think we’ve all known at some point in our lives.
If we had an office Christmas party at some point late in the night I would've grabbed the mic and drunkenly announced...
I must admit, I am madly in love with all of you but thought I'd give a shout out to the kids I reckon may very well kill it in 2014 so you best subscribe!
...and special hearts to a few old faves tori, marke, KAMpaign, fraeulein, ppeppina, MarieIv, mattconley, 12:42, missamerica, madisenmusic and most especially IrmaVep. You are all phenominal inspirations. Thank you.
Also wirrow sometimes does ok stuff.
I just need some time away
to remember why I stay.
There was once a boy who believed he could fly.
He believed this so much, he invited his mother to the
His mother went, in hopes of discouraging him from leaping
But there was a girl. A girl whose life stuck to the dirt of
She, too, wished to fly.
But gravity loved humans too much. The boy flew for as long
Write, writer, write..
You have stories to tell.
Describe the scene,
Its sights, its smell.
Bring the reader closer,
Really reel 'em in...
Write, story teller,
Let the adventure begin.
Paint vivid pictures..
Arouse and delight.
Wake up your reader...
Or bid them goodnight.
Put pen to paper,
Or fingertips to the keys.
Tell gripping tales,
Bring villains to their knees.
Let lovers love,
Bring characters to life,
Make victors victorious,
And strivers free from strife.
Pages will turn...
Read, reader, read.
For one holds desire,
The other, fills the need.
If any of you was wondering how my Adieu animation went, here is how one of them looked like when I was all done. I did 4 animations in all, this was just the one that took the longest. This is RegularJOE performing a very dramatic death scene on stage. This is about 89 drawings and it took me days to complete, but it was well totall worth it.
I love animating! I hope you guys like how it turned out! I'll hopefully be uploading the other 3 small animations I did as well later on!
Keep on RECording!
P.S. If anyone wants to REmix this I highly suggest downloading the ZIP file from my "Adieu Frames 525-612" record here. That way the final image will be much better quality for of a video! It's the exact same animation just a higher resolution and split up into all of the separate images/frames
Over-exposed black 'n white. In traditional Spacey fashion.
I drew "The End" with a circus type font, created a border to go with it, and applied my rat #2 drawing. Thanks to ya yun and ponytailsandcapris for the awesome paper textures you guys found.