Hello! I’m still alive! I’m beginning to think that blogging is just the opposite of how I’m wired or something. Anyway, I’m here today because of a song called “I Found.” You may have heard it. It’s by Amber Run and I’ve been hearing it in videos for Doctor Who, Marvel, etc., for a long while now. It grew on me and naturally, I decided to check out some of Amber Run’s other songs.
One of them being, “See You Soon.” It seemed like a really fun vidding song and I figured I hadn’t made a video the Eleventh Doctor and Clara in a while, so I whipped something up. It’s nothing spectacular, but I thought it was sweet. You can click here to watch. Hope you like it! :)
Hey, folks! Finally got around to posting. And guess what? I uploaded a new Doctor Who video! As I talk about in the description on YouTube, it’s far from my best, but it’s finished. XD
I also mentioned how I’m actually a little embarrassed about some of the videos I have on YouTube. When I started vidding, I was obviously inexperienced, and it didn’t help that I didn’t have much material either. I’ll be excited to polish up my better, more recent videos so you can see that I actually have made progress in my skills. So my new upload isn’t anything spectacular, but I enjoyed making it (click here if you wanna watch it).
It’s about one of my many hopeless ships: Eleven and Clara. One time when I was out shopping I heard bits and pieces of “Hold My Hand” by Jess Glynne, and I always wondered what song it was. It wasn’t until I watched a music video with “Rather Be” by Clean Bandit (featuring Jess Glynne) that I got interested in her music and found this song. I immediately thought that it would be perfect for Eleven and Clara, and so the video happened. I hope you guys like it! :)
Click on the photo to watch the video.
So I finally did it! I got the updated version of the video on YouTube! I’ve changed quite a few things, and I’m finally satisfied with how it turned out, so I think you guys will like the changes. I’ll also be taking the old version down. I really, really hope you think it’s an improvement. Feel free to let me know what you think! :)
Using Taylor Swift’s simple lyrics in B.o.B.’s song Both of Us, I put together a video as a tribute to the Tenth Doctor and his companions. All of them had such strength, each of a unique kind. And someday, they would be strong enough to lift each other. Click to watch. :)
P.S. Shortly after publishing my Doctor Who music video set to Christina Perri’s hit “Human”, I watched The Beast Below. Yes, I have finally met the Eleventh Doctor. Saying goodbye to the Tenth is a story for another day, but I’d like to point out something very key that the Doctor says to Amy in his second episode. After she makes a mistake that angers the Doctor greatly, he reminds her that she is only human.
Naturally, I couldn’t resist using this scene to reinvent my video. While I was at it, I found a few other things I felt could be changed in making the video better. I’m so much more satisfied with it now, and I hope to get it posted soon. I’ll be taking the original down, so you might want to watch it one last time before I post the new one. :)
Hello again! I’m back with another Doctor Who fan video. True, I haven’t watched the seasons with Clara Oswald yet, but I can hardly wait to see what her character is like, and so I wanted to make a tribute to her. When I got the inspiration for this video, I slapped it together and was quite satisfied with the results. I hope you are too. :) Click on the photo to watch.
“I knew you were trouble when you walked in.” The Doctor walks up to Martha Jones in the middle of a crowd and takes off his tie for no apparent reason, then has no memory of it when she meets him in the hospital. Right before the whole building is transported by aliens to the moon.
“So shame on me now – flew me to places I’d never been.” When that’s all over, Martha boards the TARDIS and is flown to all these magnificent places, back in time, into the future, to different planets.
“Now I’m lying on the cold hard ground.” It has been observed by many that you cannot have aliens without the Doctor coming to save the day. In the same way, you cannot have the Doctor come around without aliens seeking him out. So it cost Martha to love the Doctor.
The difference between the Doctor and the bad boy in Taylor’s song, “I Knew You Were Trouble,” is that the Doctor did care, and he also did the same for Martha – loved her, risked his life for her, watched out for her. So, discard the parts of the song that imply otherwise, and you have the perfect opportunity for a really great Doctor Who video.
So I that’s just what I decided to try to make. You can watch it by clicking here.
…I’ll love you for a thousand more.
So. You might be asking why someone who only approves of photos that mock Twilight is talking about a song from this vampiric “saga.” Well, I loved this song before I new it was written for Twilight, and when I found a video for Doctor Who using this song, I decided it was meant for the Doctor and Rose.
I think a lot of people couple this song with characters from Doctor Who, which I didn’t realize when I first began working on the video. But it’s so beautiful, I had to make my own rendition. Yes, friends, I’ve finally put iMovie to work again. ;)
For those of you who prefer this song for Rose and the Doctor to Bella and Edward – for those of you who want to buy the song and not have vampires staring at you the whole time you listen to it…here’s something to help you out:
I will warn you, the video might spoil some things for you if you haven’t watched the seasons with the Tenth Doctor. You can click here to watch it. Hope you enjoy! :)