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The YouTube plans

A few days ago, in THIS post, I talked about how I'd want to update my YouTube channel more often and take it to the "next level".Now, to that end I have some ideas about what I'd want to do, as well as bringing in some more regular features to the channel.For example, I'll be going back to taping as much as possible my weekly painting desk videos, instead of the back to pictures I have been doing the past years (bar some short intermezzo's) due to time constraints.  but now that I'm all settled in in the new hobbit hole, it is a more feasible thing to do again.On the same note, I am going to make videos now with all the monthly finished models, using the "insert pictures in video's" style that is often found in our hobby channels.  On that note, I have some other ideas to do with this style of videotaping as well, namely...Battle Reports.  I don't have the space to set up a full studio and tape whole games, but I can make a narrative as I insert the pictures I take on my games into a longer vi

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A new Comic from photo method

Hi All,So I've learned a new method for making comics from a photo. I watched a video from the Photoshop Training Channel on Youtube and I liked the results.To try it out I took my favorite picture from Monolith Con last year and tried the new process on it.Above you can see (From L to R) original photo (tweaked in light room), Old comic method (Poster Edges Filter and Exposure Adjustment Layer +0.33), and the PTC method.This is the Layers panel showing my workflow. It was interesting using the Smart Object feature, I don't know how long it's been around, but it was my first time really using it. Very useful. The Color and Lines Layers are just duplicates of Layer 0 that were renamed and then the various filters applied. Lines and Color are essentially the same. The Threshold filter is adjusted to make it line art and then the Layer Mode is set to make only the lines show (Multiply).I was able to use this file as a Template to create the Termintor:Apotheosis comic by editing the Layer 0, click on it to open i

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YouTube Channel

So I started a Cadian Shock YouTube Channel for those of you that have not noticed yet. There are a few videos on there at present and I am still finding my feet. Never miss an article? Subscribe! I wanted to ask you guys… What would you like to see me post on YouTube – if anything? Battle Reports are very unlikely as the place I usually play (Boards and Swords) is not quiet, I could film at home as I have the terrain but its a lot of editing and sorting out to get a video Battle Report done. […] The post YouTube Channel appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.

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Our WFRP Campaign on Youtube.

Hi All,Sorry for not posting in awhile, life has a way of getting in the way of hobby stuff. I've been meaning to share this list of youtube videos from our WFRP campaign. Michal has given me permission to post them here and I will set up a page to post the links for easy reference. I joined the group somewhere towards the end of the "Heralds of Woe" campaign. I'm not sure which session yet. The sessions are about 3 hours each. I've toyed with the idea of stripping the audio and editing them down to 1 hour chunks for a podcast format. But honestly I don't know if I have the stamina for that.Any way, here's the list:WFRP - "Pretty Things""Pretty Things" Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist…Session 01: https://youtu.be/LkgplaU6jyISession 02: https://youtu.be/k4Gt3N2eiXMSession 03A: https://youtu.be/NeNaLhjko0kSession 03B: https://youtu.be/B9qhtUO7IEgWFRP - "Everybody's Talking at Me""Everybody's Talking at Me" Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist…Session 01: https:

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Savannah Terrain

This is diorama-level scenery building, but almost everything he does in this video is applicable to wargamer-proof terrain too and the final result looks awesome. Paepercuts is a great channel; he was quiet for a while but has been putting out new stuff regularly now and is well worth the subscription over on YouTube. One of the comments in the Savannah video describes the host of these as “the Bob Ross of scenery videos” and I realized that’s one of the things I like about him, there’s none of the “HEYYYYYYY GUYSSSSSSSSSSS” weird loudness that is apparently standard issue in far too many other YT videos. As for me and my house, I’m still not doing much gaming-related stuff but I can feel the new-project itch starting up. This might be something completely different, away from the various 28mm projects I’ve spent time on the last five years or so. Possibly Russian Civil War at a grand tactical small scale, 6mm or even 2mm/3mm for that “miles of open step

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Little Wars TV at Fall IN!

Once again, as I mentioned at HISTORICON 2018, Little Wars TV did a bang up job covering a HMGS convention.  I like these guys– they are tongue in cheek and very funny, as well as good visual stylists.  Since I could safely say I’m part of the a small wave of negative reports about the Host and its many deficiencies in responding to customer needs for Fall IN!, I think I’m going to earn a little karmic credit and present these guys to adjust the cosmic balance a little.   Enjoy!  I know I did.  Advertisements __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initSlot('atatags-26942-5bee66c6e2106', { collapseEmpty: 'before', sectionId: '26942', width: 300, height: 250 }); }); __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initSlot('atatags-114160-5bee66c6e2108', { collapseEmpty: 'before', sectionId: '114160', width: 300, height: 250 }); });

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