I made a music video using Doom

hi there,

Happy 2013 everybody!
Anyways I made a psychedelic music video using Doom! :). Check it here:
new video
Parts 0:00-7:38 and 8:00 - 10:00 are recorded in zdoom (the rest in Milkshape3d).

Years ago I also made a video using Doom. If you haven't seen that one yet check it here:
older video

cheers,
Scientist (space is green)

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Seriously, what the hell did I just watch?
Haha, that's modern abstract art, buddy!

Is this like a map you can download?

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Impressive stuff! Plus it would also qualify for the monochrome mapping project ;) Would you share the wad link here for the sake of curiosity?

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I agree: very impressive work. I would love to run around in this level if you have a working wad. Even without monsters, I'd consider it a very valid entry in the MMP (as glenzinho mentioned) as a high-concept piece of map-art.

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Maybe Im going a bit over here but hell with it. While this seems so odd in itself it is such a great example of abstract AND individual art design. Dig it deeply!

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Jesus Christ on an acid trip, very nice vibe going on there. That is hugely impressive an intermission map for a music video. Also, off topic question, is there going to be a Scientist 3?

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Springy said:

Also, off topic question, is there going to be a Scientist 3?

Great to see you still remember Scientist 2 from 2005! :D
Unfortunatly I don't think I'll ever make a sci3. I don't spend that much time on making wads anymore :'(. I've been spending my spare time on making art instead. But sometimes like in this project I can combine both.
see my art at: http://spaceisgreen.nl/

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Utterly brilliant. The choice of music is perfect. Like something I'd expect to find at an exhibition at any respectable museum of modern art.

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After watching a few minutes and it didn't seem to be going anywhere I lost interest and stopped.

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The part at the end with the warping and weaving texture over hills was moderately interesting, but I agree with Kristus: scrolling a grid texture across sloped sectors for 11 minutes isn't really my idea of a good time.

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I thought it was great for the first few minutes until I saw how long the video was. Then I also got bored. It would probably be great to watch while stoned or on the screens in a club or something.

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fraggle said:

I thought it was great for the first few minutes until I saw how long the video was. Then I also got bored. It would probably be great to watch while stoned or on the screens in a club or something.

Or sober after midnight in bed about to fall asleep like I did...

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I had begun questioning if I was still in reality or if this really was reality. What is the matrix?

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fraggle said:

It would probably be great to watch while stoned or on the screens in a club or something.

Yeah, it's definitely one of those things that's best appreciated while under the influence of something.

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Heh, this is rather neat. Made me think of dada.wad, then I looked up the author... go figure!

Also, seems that someone beat me to asking about Scientist 3. Welcome back, regardless. ;)

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Very nice video! I really like how the film and the song had the same pulse. Alot of people seem to forget about the whole pulse thing when they add music to moving pictures.

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