Sunday, May 28
Uploaded today: The high quality, un-subtitled (but not textless) versions of the Haruhi opening and closing, and all versions of the opening and closing credits for Galaxy Angel. (Some of these were available previously in the Clips and Clips2 collections.)
All available here.
I'm going to make all the clips available for individual http download, but that will take a little while, as there are now 155 of them. I also have about twenty AMVs to upload. None of them are my work; they're just ones I've particularly enjoyed.
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Hmmm... what AMVs will Pixy choose? Some guesses:
Failed Experiments in Video Editing
by Big Big Truck?
Pop Up Video (Excel Saga)
by Delusional Productions?
Shameless Rock Video
by Absolute Destiny?
Maybe Right Now
Posted by: Wonderduck at Sunday, May 28 2006 10:04 AM (+FLIL)
The Excel Pop Up Video
and Right Now
are in the queue. :)
I'm pretty sure I saw Shameless Rock Video
and didn't like it, but now I can't remember it.
I don't remember if I've seen Failed Experiments
, and I know I haven't seen Football!
Suggestions are welcome, because a lot of the stuff on AMV.org - even the high-rating stuff - is boring crap. (I have Euphoria
in the queue as an example of how not to do it.)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sunday, May 28 2006 10:20 AM (Kd2WQ)
I seem to remember finding a link here once to Play Excel! Play!
which I find highly amusing to this day. Every once in a while, you just need to see anime played over some hair-band.
I also found The Bounty Hunters Who Don't Do Anything
worth a chuckle or two.
Posted by: Will at Sunday, May 28 2006 12:02 PM (RLceB)
Oooooh, Strongbad via Azumanga Daioh
Absolutely brilliant stuff. Actually, just about anything from Suberunker Studeosh (sic) is brilliant .http://www.animemusicvideos.org/members/members_myprofile.php?user_id=40626
"Still Preoccupied with 1985" is well worth the time.
The best one I've seen recently is Sex & Caramel
by Kusoyaro... did a great job telling a story that doesn't exist in the anime Noir
Posted by: Wonderduck at Sunday, May 28 2006 01:36 PM (7+BNY)
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