T-Pain ft. Ludacris - Chopped and Skrewed (Dir: Syndrome??)
I normally don't enjoy how CGI is used and abused in videos... But this?! This is how you use some heavy CGI! :)
Man! We're 14 days into October and this has already been the hottest video month in at least 2 years. Dayum.
Pretty decent upgrade on the quality of work in 'Can't Believe It':
did u just respond to yourself? lol
I sure did! :)
Some really breathtaking moments! I think it's great that Syndrome is getting the chance to develop an entirely new aesthetic vocabulary for T-Pain. I imagine that he totally flips out every time they send him a new cut.
Frenzy and ugly news like motion graphics completely off beat with the track.
This feels empty.
generally, how much do videos like this cost?
Roughly 2 artists, 6 - 10 extras, and a U.S. economy crippling amount of CGI...hmm... I'm betting the budget was right around the $100k USD mark.
absolutely incredible stuff. sets the bar for hyperactivity.
thanks kalstark, ive always wondered about that. Im not a big fan of CGI heavy videos and im really glad the boom that happened a few years ago has quelled, but this was aight.
But jesus 100k. What? One maybe 2 days on greenscreen and the rest is all grphics?
c-dub, you saying that seems high? I figure at least 10 artists x 3 weeks x average 2k/week. That's 60k just for effects salaries.
ah, i see. wow. thanks for the info
Every time I thought the video was going to rely on a gag it reinvented itself. Visually evolved from one segment to another in silky smooth perfection. Top notch.
i like this. retro inventive.
I love how there are at least some rap videos that creatively stray from their ancestors' recent and not-so-recent stereotypical forays. If it weren't for my not feeling the song very much, I'd have watched the video all the way through and no doubt continued to enjoy it.
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