Knock you down is a fun, short video by Iryzia. According to the song's YouTube page, the creator was having a slow day, encountered the song. It seems Iryzia found Keri Hilson's voice quite enchanting, and was motivated to create this video to feature it. That is, after all, the essential essence of a music video.
Iryzia does still seem to prefer blood elves, but given the genre of the video, I think that's understandable. The video is pretty short and straightforward, so I don't think many people will have much time to get bored. The music video action is pretty standard stuff, though. You have some singers dancing and various camera shots lovingly framing the belf emotes. It's probably not going to rock the machinima world, but I found Knock you down to be pretty satisfying for a music short.
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Iryzia created Candyman, a music video featuring the music by Christina Aguilera. The tip about this video comes to us from Nessa, who rightly compares it to Demachic's "Britney Belf" ouevre. And while you may or may not find Blood Elf performers "your thing," I think this is actually a great use of the models. Their elegant hair and broad movements match the genre of the song pretty well.
Of course, I'll admit it was a tad jarring to see the three Blood Elf women dancing and singing it up in the Stormwind auction house. As the video proceeds, though, it becomes pretty obvious that it's just the room being used as a stage. Iryzia's attention to movement, dressing, and setting reinforces the beauty of the video. I especially love her use of red curtains, as the vibrant color helps bring the video to life.
I think Iryzia could produce a lot of cool stuff, and I'm hoping she keeps honing her skills.
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