Whether you are a classical music fan or not, you know without a doubt "In the lair of the king of the mountain", one of the composer's most famous scores Edvard Grieg, created in 1874. With its slow pace which accelerates as and when, this now popular music has been used many times in the cinema or in advertising. And it seems that the piece also inspires amateur artists.
This is particularly the case DoodleChaos, a YouTubeur who had fun to perfectly synchronize the piece with the game Line Rider. This well-known little game from the web offers you draw a road to slide a small character on his sledge. You then draw lines and shapes with the aim of changing your character without ever falling.
DoodleChaos performed a real feat by perfectly synchronizing the movements of the character with the increasing rhythm of the song. His little diversion is perfectly successful and we imagine inevitably the amount of working hours which were necessary to fit perfectly with the melody. We invite you to watch the YouTube channel of DoodleChaos to discover his creative world.
Imagined by: DoodleChaos