Oh wow, I love what you did when Griffith's talking. Was this the toughest episode to put together so far?
The hardest episodes were the first and the sixth parts, but I worked on them first, when I was the least experienced. Between the Godot flashback and Griffith's speech in the dark, this was pretty complicated, but I threw them together rather easily compared to reconstructing that Skull Knight scene in the last episode.IncantatioN said:Oh wow, I love what you did when Griffith's talking. Was this the toughest episode to put together so far?
More like pink.Gobolatula said:Out of curiosity, why was it that you chose to make your controversial artistic choice? Was it due to Femto's stupid red coloring in the anime?
It's because your blood is shaking at the sight of the true Wings of Darkness! Speaking of which, I also made decreased the brightness a bit, which I think helped offset the lack of natural black & white contrast. Anyway, I obviously really like it that way, just look at how good Judo looks in the video thumbnail image.Gobolatula said:I gotta admit. The grayscale, for some reason, made everything all the more horrifying.
I you too.Gobolatula said:I loved the, also.glimpse of The Idea you threw in
I sure hope so, and it fits so well I didn't even take him up on his offer to compose something new for it, my mind was made up.Gobolatula said:And, holy fuck, did that music piece fit during the end credits. It gave it all so much more weight. Nomad should be happy!
Yeah, I thought it was logical, and something for the color enthusiasts. =)Scorpio said:I don't want to basically just echo everything that Gobs said, so I'll elaborate on how I loved the transitions between the greyscale and color; it had a lot of punch to it and felt extremely natural.
I'm glad, it definitely fits better than adult contemporary rock.Scorpio said:But I will agree completely that the credit music was a stunning addition that fit tremendously well; the weight and emotion is really captured and when the portraits go by it really forces you to reflect.
Thanks, this thing was actually started years ago, and the idea was kicking around in my head for years before that, all the way back to the early/mid 00's. And hey, who says the journey is over yet? They're may be a surprise or two yet.Scorpio said:Anyway, it's been a long journey, and many kudos to you for sticking to it. Can't believe this was started back in September. Congratulations to you, Griff. I appreciated your hard work, as I'm sure we all did.
All credit and special thanks to Nomad for his score, Hill of Swords.Shadow8 said:Edit: The ending music is really splendid. Your choice is good with Berserk
No problem, thanks for letting me use it!Nomad said:Solid ending for an awesome project Griff. I personally loved the black and white adaptation to the Eclipse. Thank you for the hard work and dedication. This project has been reffreshing and dare I say perfect timing for the things to come. Gratitude for putting my song also bud.
I considered it, but that would have cut into the Beherits/eye time, plus the flash of the manga image worked nicely right off the bat, and I doubt it would have for an extended period without looking out of place.BayJumper said:my only complaint is that the Idea of Evil's appearance was way too brief. It should've been on screen for at least 1-2 seconds instead of flash of a moment.
I don't, but thanks.slan69 said:Who knows, you could be in for another recut if you know what I mean.