“Whatever it may cost” – A Minecraft Parody of Avicii’s Wake me up [3D Animation]


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The people involved:
Sardagan – Vocals:
www.youtube.com/sardagan
rash1233 – Modeling, rigging, and lead animation:
www.youtube.com/rash1233
Masab – Modeling, rigging, and animation:
www.youtube.com/channel/UCsyzM
MediaCyclops – Audio production, wirting, directing, vocal engineering, and mastering:
www.youtube.com/MediaCyclops

Programs used:
Blender
jmc2obj
GIMP
Premiere Pro CS6
Photoshop
Fl Studio 11
After Effects CS6

Lyrics:
Come at me bro! I’m fearless
My sword will tear you apart
I can’t tell whether you’ll respawn again
But I’ll still tear you apart

I’ll unleash my power that you can’t withstand
The agony will make you scream
I think it’s the best time to say your goodbyes
While that’s fine with me

So fall on your knees and meet your owner
So submit to your new ruler
So it’s now every man for himself
Whatever it may cost

So fall on your knees and meet your owner
So submit to your new ruler
So it’s now every man for himself
Whatever it may cost

I survived the nether world
I’ve explored all these lands
The dragon’s dead in the end world
I killed it with these bare hands

I’m sure i’m the best in this chunk
Not afraid of my demise
So let’s have some fun
And let’s see who’ll rise

So fall on your knees and meet your owner
So submit to your new ruler
So it’s now every man for himself
Whatever it may cost

So fall on your knees and meet your owner
So submit to your new ruler
So it’s now every man for himself
Whatever it may cost

Whatever it may cost
Whatever it may cost
Whatever it may cost
Whatever it may cost

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