Did I ever tell you - how wonderful your videos are? *kind of doing it now!*
I just spend more time, than I presumably should have on your youtube-channel.
I love the choice of music and the fitting editing.
I was pretty impressed by "The Fairy Queen and the Soldier" (I believe this song was written for Mab,for whom else?), other favourites were "Mannen", "Queen Mab of the Dead", "The Old Ways", "Medusa", and of course "Toys in the attic (do you like Omnia? Just great with this one and Labyrinth...)
-Abashed the Devil stood; and felt how awful Goodness is.
Post by sleepyqueenie on Apr 1, 2015 0:42:05 GMT 9.5
Hi Thank you! You have my permission to spend as much time as you like on there. ^^ My own favourites have sadly been lost... one day I will remake them... one day... It's really nice to hear that you like what is on my channel. I love many of my fanvideos, I really like the idea of them- that song with this film- but having made them I get annoyed by the self-made mistakes. At the same time I am pretty excited that I did make them and generally pleased/inner-little-girl-happy with the result. I love these films and music. "The Fairy Queen and the Soldier" The song is brilliant. I just don't have words for this one. There is so much in it. Those lyrics. I can't do it credit with my video, maybe with the first version I made of it. I don't know, anyway, this is as good as my fanvid gets and I absolutely love this song with Mab. Toys in the Attic and Labyrinth. It's so fitting. I thought it had to be done. I know it is probably not everyone's favourite take at Labyrinth. Most fanvids of said fandom seem to be romantic ones. But this is what it had to be for me. Labyrinth as a kind of Alice in Wonderland story. It's a story of beautiful madness. Madness meant in a positive way of course. That of a creative and brave teenage girl. Do I like Omnia? Hell yes. I am really blessed for I have seen them live! Personally I find their songs even better live. Do you have Omnia favourite songs? I am very fond of Toys in the Attic (of course), Teachers, the Raven, Wolf Love, Wythes Brew,... these come to mind first
Then Mab spoke, the fairy queen, an angry queen was she "Had I known, Merlin, I would have taken out your heart and put in a heart of stone."