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I’m going to put a feels tag on this one. It has a nice relaxing pace, very effective effects, and a lovely overall tone to it. I’ve never really heard of Daft Punk before, but this song merits a deeper investigation into their music! I only remember them doing the soundtrack to Tron, so I think their music will be the latest addition to my phone. The video does a good job of linking the feel of the song to the show in a particularly unique way!
Today, I wanted to share a video made with love (and a little bit of insanity) from a close personal friend of mine, who is also sort of my boss (but this has nothing to do with that). Anyways, this PMV was a major departure from his usual style, in both subject matter (this is his first straight-up ship-vid) and in the amazing visualizations he employs. The swirling colors and disintegrating effect on the clips really help to sell the whole “madness” angle this video has going for it, and it fits very impressively with the bass-driven instrumental. In all, this video is a very enjoyable experiment, and if the editor of this PMV stays on this path, I believe that the future is bright for him.
Karma… what a saucy wench she is. “And we would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t for her meddling!” Yet there’s something inherently satisfying in seeing someone get their just desserts served up on a silver tray…
In this 100-subscriber milestone PMV by TangyNeonz, we witness Karma wreaking her swift retribution on those members of our colorful equine (and… draconequine?) cast who have gotten on her bad side. Seeing the CMC pilot a giant apple into a mud pit may not be pretty, but this PMV sure is! It’s very fun and engaging, holding your attention without resorting to gimmicks or effects. The editing is spot on, especially the section beginning at about 1:44 in the video.
PMVs like this one only continue to prove my stance that you don’t need pizazz and glitter to make a phenomenal PMV. Save that stuff for when you’re making a redonkulously ginormous valentine for your school teacher, instead. Simple, timely cuts with great scene choices is where it’s at, and this video nails it.
Check it out below, and don’t forget to swing over to TangyNeonz’ channel to leave some feedback and congratulations on reaching a hundred subs!