cast: Tim Hautekiet (Edd): [link] Matt Hargreaves (Matt): [link] Jamie Spicer Lewis (Commander Bai): [link] Eddie Bowley (The Pilot): [link] Jonathan Gran (The Sun Chaser): [link] Jack and Dean (The Complimentary Aliens): [link]
Special thanks to Pearl 'iamprikle' Zhang for helping me with the final video editing.
A special thanks to the Eddsworld: Legacy donators who made the continuation of this show possible! All profits from Eddsworld will go to charity. Buy t-shirts and hoodies here! [link]
Finally completed woo-hoo!! I suggest watching this in a dark lit room with sound The first slate translates to: Friendship is magic, Chapter 25, Party of One. :troll: Interesting thing to note is that the word Magic in Kanji can be directly translated as demonic arts(魔法). So....Friendship is demonic?
The pink haired white pony near the end is young Celestia, I set it as though she sacrificed her immortality to "help" Twilight as does the anime with Hanyu. I decided to do this crossover after seeing Cupcakes as both deal with torture and death. There are also a couple more similarities I found between Higurashi no naku koro ni and MLP which also made me do this crossover are:
1. both having seemingly cute and adorable style at first glance, but something awesome and mind-blowing that doesn't conform to the initial style lies underneath.
2. the duo personalities some of the characters displays.
3. Twilight and Rika both have purple hued hair and possess some sort of time/ dimension traveling magic and a long-time friend to a Goddess.
4. Pinkie and Rena have extremely excitable personality but snaps at a moment's notice if pushed to the edge.
5. Fluttershy and Shion are quiet and meek normally but turns into a yandere in situations.
6. AppleJack and Mion are tomboyish in nature but still has a feminine side. Tsundere~
7. Rainbow Dash and Keiichi, well, they are the victim in the anime and Cupcakes
Winner of Best Animation and Best Introductory-Level Film at the Grand Valley Winter 2013 Film Showcase.
Last video for the semester; hope you guys like it.
The assignment was to make a short film using the theme of a transition from utopia to dystopia (or the reverse), to use as many "visual elements" as possible, and to incorporate one of two possible quotes. I chose George Orwell's "In a time of universal deceit - telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
PS: I don't know why some of the animation is lagging. You'll just have to ignore it. Sorry. :/