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“In an area known as Greenville, SC, there is a school known as Furman University where all the top-notch trainers attend. There is a class known as Japanese 120, where students utilize their Japanese training and knowledge to create this extra credit skit.”
I tried out a few new techniques in this video, including M-M-M-MULTICAM! Filming multiple takes of the same thing and cutting between ‘em is a lot nicer than trying to do everything in one take, wouldn’t you say? Also helps to eliminate errors, though there were some at the time of filming.
The end battle animation was created in PowerPoint since I didn’t have time to mess around with After Effects. There aren’t any sound effects, and I’m aware of that. I could have made this video quite a bit better, but I ran out of time, as most videos tend to do. I’m sad that Final Cut Pro is so crippled since it adopted the iMovie interface (which I hate) but Premiere did a fine job and is looking more and more like FCP 7 used to.
I’m planning on posting more here and continuing with my Let’s Play soon. (Soon meaning when I have time)
Anyway, enjoy! Link is below.
From now on, all future installments of Let’s Play A Blurred Line will be cross-posted on Youtube in 15 minute chunks! Now my bandwidth can be freed and users without Silverlight can access my videos. Enjoy!
A crazy old woman, the aftermath of war, the secret history of a friend and colleague. Remember this installment of Let’s Play A Blurred Line, because I forgot which part it was while recording! Enjoy!
Paradise found, paradise lost. Talan reports for his first day of work as a defender, and here’s what happens!
The journey continues! This time, we learn about the world of Paradise and its inhabitants. We also choose a job. Enjoy!
These updates are going to be a lot more frequent I think. Here’s part 05! I think when I’m done with the entire thing I’ll edit it all into one giant collection and post it on archive.org to save my bandwidth.
That sure took a few months, didn’t it? Well, I’m back with part 4. Enjoy!
Our hero keeps on keepin’ on, and advances in his story as he travels to the top of the staircase in the next thrilling episode of Let’s Play A Blurred Line! I’m going to be doing a video every two days until the 4th when I’m gone for a week, but I think I’ll be resuming soon after. This is a LONG game, everyone, and it might take 10 parts or so to finish it all. Let’s hope so so that my 2-digit part numbers actually make sense. Until Thursday, friends!
What’s this? Part 2? Whenever I label something as part 1, it’s usually the last of it’s kind, but this time I really am going to play through the entire game! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this video until it abruptly cuts off. Spoiler: I go into a warehouse, and you’ll see what’s on the roof NEXT TIME!!!