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Dec 6, 2006 | 2:36 PM EST

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Song by the Beatles; editing, painting, and drawing, by me.

This is an edit of the from Anthology 1. The soft acoustic Karaoke version was made from the OOPS (out of phase sound). Go here to learn more about OOPS and Beatles recordings:

Some of the lyrics may be a bit off. John's original recording is hard to make out sometimes, and I put in the words most of the internet agreed on.

The idea of looking at the sky as an ocean above you comes from Peter Gabriel's song "Downside Up" and a story he told about it on his Growing Up Live DVD.

BTW, I've been working on this on and off for 3 years...

PROTIP: "Free as a bird" sounds great backwards



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Trippy and hot.

I really did sing along with the karaoke, and i feel somewhat relieved after watching that flash. The paintings were displayed in an awesome way, and i wonder, how many paintings did you make (or use) for this flash?

joliet-jane responds:

I think it was about 10. I used different parts of them in different ways to keep the file size down.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

cool one

well, im not the biggest fan of the beatles.... but after watching this animation, i'm now a big fan of your painting and drawings.... very very impressive. you have some serious skill when it comes to that. i strongly and i mean strongly look forward to seeing more flashwork from you in the future.... your drawings rocked.

joliet-jane responds:

Thank you very much! I might make more if I think of something.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


MORE MORE MORE! Go with Beatles again maybe? Make it a series!

joliet-jane responds:

Thanks! I have a few more karaoke edits, but I can't think of any art to pair with it yet.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Watercolors work very well with a Beatles song, or perhaps most songs from the 60s. It was a great music video on its own, but the karaoke adds more to it. I found myself playing the 'instrumental' version directly after the one with all the vocals, and singing along.