Bleach AMV Emptiness [Alt_z3] Original Upload





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Uploaded on Jun 15, 2010

Premiered : 2010-VI-15
Music : Devil Wears Prada - Louder Then Thunder
Anime : Bleach
Download: http://www.animemusicvideos.org/membe...
Direct Link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/c34mg7
Credits Music: X-Ray Dog - Not This Time
Font used: http://www.dafont.com/angelic-war.font


When I saw in the anime that Ulquiorra died in such a sad way I thought to myself that I want to make an amv from it. So I started to look for a good music. Soon Ber shown me the Louder then Thunder track from the band Devil Wears Prada. This track was the only one in the melancholic mood from their newest album. In no time I started editing.

In this amv I tried something new in the plot telling. I started from the end. In the begining you can see that Ulquiorra is turning to ashes and facing Orihime. In the development you can see a something like retrospection. The moments that leaded to Ulquiorra's death. I tried to show the fellings he has for Orihime. That inside a man with no fellings some of them are starting to grow. Next we can see the furious Ichigo killing the main character with easy. In the ending we can once again see how Ulquiorra turns to ashes and dissapears.

The fight itself is kindy boring. They talk very much, but it is animated in superb way. There were many slow motions. Many AMV I have seen that used this fight was edited in a very very fast epileptic way. The goal was to show emotions of the characters. Make use of the great animations and slow motions which can be seen in the anime. Hope it was a success.

Effects used aren't sophisticated but I used my basic rule when creating amv " Be consistent" so you can see some blurs, glows, shakes. I used only those that can go with the sad melancholic mood I tried to create. Hope you will like it, I tried to give a meaning to Ulquiorra's death.

Personally I don't like amvs where there are so many cuts in a very short time that the viewer basicly can't focus on anything. I always want to show the viewer the full story which I had in mind, the way I want to see it. So that the amv can be understood with no problems. So here you have scenes where always you can see and you know what is going on the screen. I don't cover amv with needless effects. I want to give the amv a meaning. oh and don't forget ichigo here is the bad guy ^^



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