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Title: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: Lex on July 05, 2020, 07:59:26 PM
Check this out! stunt!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM9wAHyt7I0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM9wAHyt7I0)
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: dab88 on July 06, 2020, 11:44:50 AM
I love this. How do you edit videos? Got some ideas but wasn't sure how to realise them until seeing your videos
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: Lex on July 07, 2020, 02:23:21 AM
I love this. How do you edit videos? Got some ideas but wasn't sure how to realise them until seeing your videos

some friend of mine played the this music on his phone and got hooked to it but not really interest listening to it all over again just like my friend who is really edgy when choosing a kind of song.

so while listening to the music, I didn't even know how I got the idea but for what I know, I have the medium skill of creating something that my brain's making and imagining and capable of bringing it out on the screen when it comes to editing.

thanks man for watching my vid, I'm a big fan of your JC stunts but I'm just a beginner still practicing and hoping that someday got and guest from you <3 :wub:
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: dab88 on July 31, 2020, 09:46:28 AM
I have the medium skill of creating something that my brain's making and imagining and capable of bringing it out on the screen when it comes to editing.

thanks man for watching my vid, I'm a big fan of your JC stunts but I'm just a beginner still practicing and hoping that someday got and guest from you <3 :wub:

I dunno how it was in your brain but it came out beautifully. How did you do it on a practical level? Like what editing software and techniques did you use?

Thanks for the compliments. I'm working on a new video inspired directly by yours. I hope to capture that same dreamlike, imaginative quality you managed. Maybe you guesting would help achieve that goal?
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: Lex on July 31, 2020, 05:14:27 PM
I have the medium skill of creating something that my brain's making and imagining and capable of bringing it out on the screen when it comes to editing.

thanks man for watching my vid, I'm a big fan of your JC stunts but I'm just a beginner still practicing and hoping that someday got and guest from you <3 :wub:

I dunno how it was in your brain but it came out beautifully. How did you do it on a practical level? Like what editing software and techniques did you use?

Thanks for the compliments. I'm working on a new video inspired directly by yours. I hope to capture that same dreamlike, imaginative quality you managed. Maybe you guesting would help achieve that goal?

I'm up for anything, this quarantine bringing me so much freetime.

Where you are mostly active? Discord? Steam? Or anything easier to contact
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: Lex on July 31, 2020, 05:25:28 PM
The software I used was not much.

Sony Vegas
Paint3d
Adobe premiere (I don't use this much XD)

I think every editing software is capable of doing something extraordinary as long as you know how it works.

Techniques I used was inspired when I work to a small animation company which I didn't last long. Like drawing every frame

The main problem of me is that, we have slow connection of Internet in our country even this video took me 27 hours to upload unlike Europe takes only maybe 2 or 3 minutes.

#2 I can only used computer everyday for 1 or 2 hours
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: dab88 on August 01, 2020, 05:29:44 PM
My goodness! That makes what you achieved even MORE impressive. Drawing every screen is not something I ever considered due to the time that would involve. Maybe I need to rethink my approach...

Thanks, this has given me a lot to think about. In a good way :)
Title: Re: Check this out! stunt!
Post by: Lex on August 02, 2020, 07:13:49 AM
My goodness! That makes what you achieved even MORE impressive. Drawing every screen is not something I ever considered due to the time that would involve. Maybe I need to rethink my approach...

Thanks, this has given me a lot to think about. In a good way :)

Anyway , the photoshop scribble method is way faster than mine, because mine is classic and old way of animation
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