An illustration of the first song in what is possibly the best rock opera ever written, Broken Bride by Ludo.
Go and listen to it in it's entirety, approx. 25 minutes of pure win.
As for the piece itself...
I'm proud of it. x3
Really. I learned a lot while making it, especially while working on the pterodactyl in front, which was an interesting process all in itself. Lighting was the main concept I wanted to practice, and I'm really happy with how it came out.
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Anyway, go and listen to the music, now.
Broken Bride (c) To Ludo
Image (c) to me.
Don't take without permission.
Fifteen years I raged against the constant C, the
speed of light, the diagrams and haunted sleep
on frozen sheets, in bed, my dreams, your garden grave,
I'd climb inside, hold your bones and slowly die, the
cooling space inside your chest, my broken bride, you
never breathed again.
The circuits fail, the cosmic strings like rubber
bands, I lose control, they snap, I fall through
mist to mud against my face, the taste of blood,
the world is strange, the stinking earth and giant
trees, through heavy air a demon shrieks, what
have I done? What hell is waiting for me?
I crashed before the birth of Christ, pterodactyls swarming
You died in 1989, just wanna get back to that morning in May
Keep you in bed, never escape, holding you close,
Listen to you breathe the evening glow
of fading light and cooling space....