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NYE2020 Message: VLOG

Instead of sitting around being depressed, I figured that I’d put my energy to good use and farewell the year with something nice and meaningful.
00:00 – Introduction
00:25 – My thoughts and refllection on the year
05:18 – “Happy New Year” COVER SONG on my cat piano
10:10 – Surprise!!

Hello everyone, I hope you can take the time to watch this whole video.
I recorded a cover of “Happy New Year” by ABBA with my customised Meowsic Cat Piano. On other years, I found this song so contrary and sad to the usually celebratory energy, but today I found it fitting. The video is not in synch with the music, because I’m not skilled enough to record visuals and sound at the same time lol. One day I’ll get better with both. (Also, the keyboard is a toy, so I can’t play multiple keys at the same time like a proper piano, so I had to improvise.)
Have a happy new year, and hope you stay well and strong!
Love you all!

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MUSIC: COVER by my – “Happy New Year” – ABBA

Cat Solo – “Can’t stop the music” – The Village Peopl

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Rocket Child

I am an independent animator and artist. I graduated from the University of Newcastle, Australia, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree. I am also the Assistant Director of the Melbourne International Animation Festival. As a practicing artist, I specialise in drawing and 2D animation. However, I also have experience and the skills for painting, photography, installation, video art and editing, composing and recording music, fiction writing, sculpture, design and curating. Working at the animation festival, I have to opportunity to see the best new independent animations, meet and speak with many relevant animators, curate film screenings, organise and chair presentations and talks, and attend conferences and research trips. My Fine Arts background helps me understand the history of western art and how to analyse these films with a fair sense of judgment. View all posts by Rocket Child

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