Happy Birthday, Mr. Armitage!!!
I hope, Richard Armitage finds a quiet and nice place to celebrate his birthday and does not have to run from his fans ;o)
I also wish that he gets an immense birthday cake (not only a digital one) which he can enjoy at leisure:
and has time to discover all the diverse birthday presents, fan-book (by Calexora), collected greetings (e.g. from RichardArmitageNet.com) and our 'digital' one:
Thank you for taking the initiative to get this project going. It is very exciting and I do think Mr. Armitage would be flattered that we are thinking of him.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, Phylly. I so hope it works out and the filming can be done somehow. It would be so wonderful.ReplyDelete
Just watched your fanvideo again. It has aged well, just like the man himself, LOL! I hope you make more. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much! That is very nice of you to say. I just watched your birthday video again and your technique and combination as well as the finale just leave me in awe. Wonderful, beautiful, what a brilliant overview of RA's work.
For all who read this comment and have not seen Bccmee's video, it is an absolute MUST !!!!
Here is the link to it:
bccmee's 40th Birthday video for Richard Armitage
Really nice vid with lovely pictures. A great idea.ReplyDelete
Happy Armitage day.
Hello, Alfie. Thank you very much. I hope you had a wonderful celebration day as well! - I love London and in this video just could not resist to put some of the content, which Spooks had filmed so beautifully, together. Thank you!
Lovely! Such delicious treats. You have been busy. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, darlingdarling! Whenever I see the cake, I want a piece. I really hope RA got a lovely Black Forrest Cherry Cake like that in the picture for real.
Beautifully done! A lot of effort & time for the preparation of this vid with the City of London as a magnificent backdrop, accompanying music & other technical tools to make this a work of art. Another truly dedicated fan!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your wonderful praise, Tedgirl !!!
The video contains two, no three of my favourite 'things', London, this special music by Beethoven and Richard Armitage. What better motivation can there ever be? ;o)