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Post by Fauxfyre on Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:07 pm

In Ashes, Shotoku wrote:In terms of solo trackmaking, this is the end for me, until our time comes again.
Well, I believe we are at enough of a functioning level again to be making tracks again. Plus, even if there's only a handful of people who comment on my tracks anymore, that makes me happy enough to continue <3




A thing I made that I thought was pretty awesome, despite being shorter than I would like (but then again, I didn't want to over-extend my self as usual :P) I think my manuals had really improved lately, and hope people can tell from this. Thanks to Opal for helping me get there and providing useful input early in the track that made this turn out a little better. I kind of wish I didn't start out with XY, but I was thinking of making this an omni, so w/e


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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:21 pm

Manuals could still use some work, but they're good. It seems you have the same problem I had with my manuals. The recycles seemed to be more smoother than the original manual itself. for example: 1:08. I think the issue there is that you spend more time trying to get the recycle to look nice and fit in than you are trying to make the manual to begin with. With all that said the higher speed manuals looked pretty decent. Overall you did a nice job with this track though. Aside from the intro it was rather enjoyable.

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Post by Getthim on Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:24 pm

Really awesome! loved the xy and the manuals! when is the next track coming?

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Post by RyderLR on Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:25 pm

I absolutely loved this track and how it progressed throughout, the manuals had great flow to them and I think you're manuals have definitely gotten better! Good work!

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Post by rabid squirrel on Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:11 pm

Woohoo! Nice track! Very Happy

First thing's first those flames in the intro are easily the shittiest flames I have ever seen in video editing. Okay moving on.

XY start didn't bother me because it was a good solid 25-second section. And your XY is really good! really flowy, lots of creative stuff, good rotation, nice stop'n'go, and unpredictable. And the transition was really great.

Your manuals are also quite good, but I think you might be focusing too much on getting maximum pressure - sometimes it looks good to have weaker but still consistent pressure, and then you can maintain them more too. But this section had great speed and flow and directional variance and rotation and all that good stuff. I especially liked the bit at 1:05

Highspeed transition was also great and your highspeed manuals are better than your slow manuals which confirms my suspicions about manual pressure. Also 1:30 made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside for personal reasons Very Happy But really, the section was really solid variety, entertainment factor, etc.

This is really a great solid track and I know you know I know it's nothing groundbreaking, but nice job being able to crank something fun like this out that quickly. Looking forward to seeing what you do next!

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Post by gaoyubao on Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:39 pm

Sweet, the whole track flowed so nicely I don't think I caught all the recycles the first time around.

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Post by Opal Rider on Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:43 pm

1:05 really did a great job of showing off your creativity, and in my mind just reinforces how many more original things we're able to create, even if they are based around the same tricks that we already know. I enjoyed it, and am glad I could help you out.

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Post by roflmaoqwerty on Sun Aug 24, 2014 10:26 pm

This is like the first track I have ever seen that feels, like, dreamy. A real treat.

The XY was especially cool, I was pleasantly surprised at how entertaining it could be without having to be super-powerful and jerky. You're really developing a unique style, and it's immense fun to watch.

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Re: Phoenix

Post by Fauxfyre on Mon Aug 25, 2014 4:22 pm

Kramwood wrote:Manuals could still use some work, but they're good. It seems you have the same problem I had with my manuals. The recycles seemed to be more smoother than the original manual itself. for example: 1:08. I think the issue there is that you spend more time trying to get the recycle to look nice and fit in than you are trying to make the manual to begin with. With all that said the higher speed manuals looked pretty decent. Overall you did a nice job with this track though. Aside from the intro it was rather enjoyable.
That's a funny thing to notice, the recycle thing. I don't really see it personally, but I'll think about that more in the future.
@Getthim wrote:Really awesome! loved the xy and the manuals! when is the next track coming?
Hopefully not too long, if my past work rate is any indication, I would guess near the end of the year, but with the rate I made this track at, it might be much sooner. Glad you liked the xy so much Smile
@RyderLR wrote:I absolutely loved this track and how it progressed throughout, the manuals had great flow to them and I think you're manuals have definitely gotten better! Good work!
Thank you 8D

@rabid squirrel wrote:Woohoo! Nice track! Very Happy

First thing's first those flames in the intro are easily the shittiest flames I have ever seen in video editing. Okay moving on.

XY start didn't bother me because it was a good solid 25-second section. And your XY is really good! really flowy, lots of creative stuff, good rotation, nice stop'n'go, and unpredictable. And the transition was really great.
hehe, thanks
@rabid squirrel wrote:Your manuals are also quite good, but I think you might be focusing too much on getting maximum pressure - sometimes it looks good to have weaker but still consistent pressure, and then you can maintain them more too. But this section had great speed and flow and directional variance and rotation and all that good stuff. I especially liked the bit at 1:05
Hmm, I'll keep that in mind. I see what you're trying to get at but I also seem to be getting conflicting signals about manual pressure from people.
@rabid squirrel wrote:Highspeed transition was also great and your highspeed manuals are better than your slow manuals which confirms my suspicions about manual pressure. Also 1:30 made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside for personal reasons Very Happy But really, the section was really solid variety, entertainment factor, etc.

This is really a great solid track and I know you know I know it's nothing groundbreaking, but nice job being able to crank something fun like this out that quickly. Looking forward to seeing what you do next!
Seems like this is the general comment I get on a lot of my tracks, "nothing extremely impressive but it was sure fun to watch", which I guess I can take pride in, and always pushes me to keep getting better. I'm still hoping to eventually surpass everybody's expectations as I did with Smile, and hopefully my next big project will make that happen.
@gaoyubao wrote:Sweet, the whole track flowed so nicely I don't think I caught all the recycles the first time around.
Well, I hope you watched this more than once then Wink
@Opal Rider wrote:1:05 really did a great job of showing off your creativity, and in my mind just reinforces how many more original things we're able to create, even if they are based around the same tricks that we already know. I enjoyed it, and am glad I could help you out.
Yep, thanks a ton. That spirally DNA type thingy was made especially for you.
@roflmaoqwerty wrote:This is like the first track I have ever seen that feels, like, dreamy. A real treat.

The XY was especially cool, I was pleasantly surprised at how entertaining it could be without having to be super-powerful and jerky. You're really developing a unique style, and it's immense fun to watch.
Dreamy, huh? Not sure exactly what you mean by that, but I'm glad it feels unique to you. Smile


Thanks everyone for the support, and I'm hoping that if you liked this, you're going to like my future work even butter 8D

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Re: Phoenix

Post by Getthim on Mon Aug 25, 2014 4:42 pm

Shotoku wrote:Thanks everyone for the support, and I'm hoping that if you liked this, you're going to like my future work even butter 8D
do you want toast with that? think you meant better?

again pretty much ditto what everyone said.

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Post by ScrungleBlumpkus on Sat Sep 06, 2014 8:19 pm

If I've ever seen smoother recylces, somebody hit me with a shovel. No, seriously. I'll risk life and limb for the level of dedication to your eye pleasing style that I see here. Shotoku, you're incredible.
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