Fruits Basket- Anywhere But Home





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Published on Feb 5, 2006

Nnngh. How long did this video take for me to make? About forever. I do know that I've been mulling over the concept in my mind, and this is about the third attempt I've made at this one video. I started actually working on it at 10:00 at night, and I couldn't stop. I ended up going to bed at about 5:00 in the morning. (Smile.) The song's "Missing," by Evanesence.

Took a while to do... but no subtitles! Ohohoho! (Weird girly laughter.)
I see a lot of Kyo and Hatori tributes floating around, but not many that focuses on everyone in the Sohma family. (I think the only people who don't show up at least once in this video are Tohru's immediate family, Megumi, the rabid Yuki fangirls, and as someone pointed out, Hatsuharu. (Because they annoy me. The Yuki fangirls, that is. Megumi and Haru are cool!) "Fruits Basket" is a fairly light and fluffy series, but it has it's dark side. Hah. This is it.

Wow... thank you for all the kind comments on this one. And views. And the 1,000+ faves and stuff. And brief honors. (Wow!) I am unworthy... (Prostrates self.)

Some people even came back and posted comments three or four times! That's so sweet! Thanks! :)

F.A.Q corner!

Q:What's the song at the beginning?
A: "Hakkai no Theme," or "Hakkai's Theme" from Saiyuki.

Q: Can you send me the file of this video through a file sharing site?
A: I used to be able to... but then my old computer died and all the data on it was lost. Sorry. Keep your fingers crossed that YouTube won't delete it during one of their mass anime-video-whipe-out-a-thons.

Q: Where can I find the episodes without subtitles?
A: I couldn't find all the episodes without subs, admittedly. I did a lot of working around them: using clips where there was no dialogue, and stuff. Limewire and Bitorrent are good resources.

Q: What program did you use?
A: Oh my goodness. Nobody believes it was "Windows Movie Maker." It's notorious for being a crappy editing program, but it's what I use.
To get the black-and-white segments to look all freaky like that, I just made them monochrome, sped them up a whole lot, darkened them, and made the clips over-lap.


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