Awesome work, Alex! Not only is the atmospheric and mood setting lighting done phenomenally well as usual along with your metaphoric take of various verse into a more modern realm, but it's also great seeing that bass design in the brown that I don't own. I'd like to thank you for producing something with it as cool this.
I like it
September 10, 2008
Awesome work here Alex. A great twist on a great song. I like casting the corporate goon as the devil. Do I detect a little subtle social commentary there? Or am I just way too cynical about the business world in general? The world may never know...
Nah, no commentary. It's just, after Al Pacino in "The Devil's Advocate" and Ray Wise in "Reaper", it made sense for the devil to be in a suit.
I like it
Heather LEGO Girl
September 5, 2008
You're welcome, Chrispy. And as for you Alex... way to take the best fiddle song ever made and translate it beautifully into this wonderful build. Your MOCs have always been pure art. Keep It SNOTty Sir!
Brillant as usual Alex. Your presentation is what sets the bar for the rest of us. I only have five words for ya in regards to a follow up "Hope you guess my name." I'd love to see you translate that one. I was thinking of doing that a few months ago but we all know how ADHD I am when it comes to this kind of thing and... Hey look, a Twinkie! ~ Chris.
Video coming: March '09! Now correct me if I'm wrong, because they were a bit blurry there in the background, but the band of demons looked to me a lot like ZZ Top...the perfect back-up demons for every occassion!
Great song (too bad we can't embed playlists in our pages anymore for whatever reason), great builds (of course), but my mind rebels at the setting. You don't find many hickory stumps in subway stations. I guess it smacks of too many books I loved that got absolutely butchered when made into movies. "That's not how it's supposed to go!" I always scream.