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- Quick Review:
- What I find most interesting, looking back on the project, is the improvement and differences from day to day.
Day 1: Lukking told me that rotational changes were a good idea. The beginning is a fairly weak-looking thing. The non-quirk were originally for obtaining speed, but it didn't go as planned. I kept it nontheless. The last part of day 1, I am decently happy about, I felt at this point I was doing something right.
Day 2: I have no idea what I am doing, I wasted all the momentum gained during the previous fall in an attempt to change the rotation. Day 2 now, also contains my favorite trick I've ever made starting at 13:30. 14-15 was a failure despite the neat recycle.
Day 3: Yep, I've on and off course since the beginning of this project, 100% focus today. I got some cool flings and chains, only one of which killed my vibe. BACK ON TRACK. Somehow an unwanted nosie made its way in... Anyway, the last 4 seconds were a blast.
All in all, I am pleased with the outcome.
That was really nice! Sweet recycle at 0:20. And nice little music sync at the beginning there. I enjoyed it.
It was a pleasure editing this, and I really enjoy some of the every frame stuff towards the end (Mostly directed at :30), because of the way it really gives off the impression of floating. Can't wait to see a longer track by you, if you feel like going the extra mile.
You literally just did lines!
- Aestetikally appealing
Good stuff! Keep on improving, you magnificient bastard.
- the postham mindset
So chill. You picked the perfect zoom level to record this at. It just felt so right and relaxing even though there was a lot going on. Your start was super enjoyable, I loved the rotation changes and general flow of the beginning and I definitely feel like you brought that entire feeling down to the end.
Great stuff yo.
Great stuff yo.
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