Post by jeffgeorge on Jun 23, 2017 21:28:16 GMT -9
Well, I learned a few things from this vid.
First, I've been mispronouncing "OkumArts" all this time. I was saying ock-umm not oak-umm. Fortunately, the only place I've said it is inside my own head, as is common with things you only interact with through a keyboard!
Second, I inferred the order of the release of all your products WAAAYYYY out of order. I had no idea that the Star Trek minis were the first ones you drew (not counting the trailer park full of photographed ones, which is actually a really cool idea, especially you take the trouble to do back views!), or that Darkfast Dungeon came after Katana School Girls and Snow Ball Wars.
I do store my mini collection the same way you do--binders of trading card sheets--though. I don't remember if I learned that from you, or someone else, but I'm sure I got the idea here on CWF.
Fascinating and fun vid. I look forward to more!
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Post by bravesirkevin on Jun 27, 2017 23:17:44 GMT -9
Haha! It's quite difficult to imagine a voice without some frame of reference... Unfortunately, my frame of reference for Canadian voices is Terrence and Phillip from South Park. Fortunately, you don't sound like either of them!
Sure you can guess what my frame of reference on Austrian voices is...
It's a pretty cool video David... Going to make the channel a regular thing?
Yeah, my new year's resolution was to do some kind of podcast thingie. I am a visual person so I wanted a visual element.
I'm currently working on episode two which details the origin of Darkfast: influences, development, and evolution. It's been kind of therapeutic as I wrap up the end of the school year and get all stressed out about marking student work, etc. Luckily, I fired off my final marks this morning and so now I am nursing a terribly sore neck and an exhausted brain.
Impressive. Most impressive. I haven't fantasy RPG'd in about 20 years, but I do remember getting my first taste of D&D when all that was out there were chits for radom number generation. Now I seem to be more into the sci-fi/modern/alternative future type games and I can't wait to see what kind of backstory you give us for Serene Fist, and your great gaming system used with that and Snowball Wars. Keep coming up with ideas like that and you will keep getting my money David!!!
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Vermin King: Every so often a Thank You goes a long way. Ray over at Ravensblight is going through a dark time ( I know. Dark is kinda his theme ), but if you appreciate his work, you might go to the site and grab his email and send him a Thank You
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Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
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