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That's certainly a novel idea.
Up, up and away!
Has anyone seen this video, and how useful is it?
I can't play the sample clip. It says it requires Adobe Flash Player, but then makes me download a zipfile... which contains an MPG video file, which won't play in quicktime or windows media player. What gives?
Last edited by kosmon; May 24th, 2008 at 02:16.
Privateer Press is also releasing a DVD like this. personally, I say 'meh', since all the advice I could ever want is on the Internet. Although I do think these could be cool, I'm just not willing to pay for it.
Aye I'm not sure I'd want to pay for it either really. Like DMC says theres already lots of tuts kicking about on the net.
But still, that said, some people might find watching something actually being done while the guy is talking about it a lot better and easier to follow.
Indeed, you got it spot on Toastee. I actually know a few who are very interested by this and are intruiged to find more about it. I do worry though that someone will torrent it and then the market for it is ruined.
It interests me. I've read a lot online or in WD, but pics and explanations aren't the same thing as seeing it done. Best of all is watching it live, or going to class at a Con or something, where someone can walk by and make immediate suggests.
Yea I would think that classes at cons or events will probably be the best in terms that you will get instant feedback on your work. But those are far a few between, unless you happening to be friends with someone who sold his soul for uber leet painting skills. o_o
The video guide is a nice idea as you can actually see it all happening there and then, but in the end the guy is still talking at you, and won't respond to any questions.
Then of course theres the idea of actually putting a cost on this kind of thing. thinking about it, I actually think its quite a sly thing to do, espiecally when picture tuts are free, and people can still try and practice via trial and error or come to web forums for guidance.
DMC is probably right in thinking that it will end up with a torrent, tbh, I wouldn't be surprised if it had one already.