Just finished making my final episode of the Tomb King Series I was working on last November.
I’m posting all the links below. There’s 4 video’s in total.
great videos loved the music !!!
I like the overall quality of your videos. You speak loud and clear so thats easy to understand you even if you aren’t a native speaker.
I also like how you explain some tecniques and for example the reason for mouldlines. When I was new to wargaming and painting I found knowing these things very helpfull.
Few things to improve:
in video 2 the music is to loud to understand you easily (although I think its a genious pick :hat off )
furthermore, why do you spend so much time with the miniatures, properly clean them and demonstrate everything but then leave the bases undone?
From my point of view there should definetly a fifth part where you show how to glue bird sand to the bases and do a proper “desert” painting. Perhaps add some dry yellowish foliage.
It’s easy to do and improves the overall quality and appearence of the models a lot (in my opinion).
Hi So.Sad. and Kera.
ThanX for the compliments.
I’ll try and fix “Technical Problems” like the music, etc in future videos. Sometimes it’s hard to get all this together propperly when using Window’s Movie Maker as your digital editing software. It’s just not up to par with what I want to do. Somone suggested a program called “Magik” or something like it. I’ll see if I can buy a copy from Future Shop.
You’re right about the bases. I was going to do a segment on it as they are quite easy to do. Sadly, my friend wanted his camera back before I could get the video finished. That’s why there’s a little “Slide Show” at the end. I’m just finishing off “Old Footage” from back in November because everyone was wondering what happened to “Part #4”. Perhaps in future, I’ll be able to finish that portion of the video.
Thanks for posting them. Was it a lot of effort to make those videos?
so what is you next one going to be ???
pirates of the great white north ?
It took a lot of effort to make the video series. I had to paint all the guys and figure out what I was going to say and teach. I also had to compile the video’s and then edit them in Window’s Movie Maker.
Also, You-Tube has a 10 minute limit per video, so I had to chop it into 4 parts.
They are especially great for people who are starting out. I do not understand much English but I love seeing how they work other hobby enthusiasts. :cheers
Very well spoken man there Tarrakk. good to hear the speaking english isn’t a lost art.
Thanx guys! I thought I’d throw this one back up to the fourm’s front page. It’s been a while. Maybe someone new will gleen off it.