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Colouring in an Amiga 1000 (Part 4)

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I think I’ve finally settled into a process that works for me. As mentioned in my previous blog entry about my journey into my video making antics I have learnt a lot in a relatively short time on how best to go about.

For this one I think subsequent videos, I’ve taken to narrating as I draw but with time-lapse cues within my dialog. I can thus keep an eye on the recording time and the content I’m creating shouldn’t take too long. For these two videos, this process has worked really well, it not only reduced my rambling time which if you’ve seen the earlier videos dramatically affected my productivity, but it made for a far easier editing process afterwards!

I opted to record Part 4 in two parts and although I did intend to join them together post edit, looking at the overall length I felt it was better to keep them apart and just link them via the playlist and end of video links.

There’s not much more I can say other than here’s the video embed in two parts, if you like my content, please consider liking and subscribing (it is free after all) , and if you haven’t subscribed, thanks for watching anyway.

Credits are as follows:
The video was recorded using OBS, with post audio editing done in Audacity, thumbnails were knocked up in Affinity Designer and the whole thing was editing in Kdenlive which is utterly superb.
Audio was from Ovanisound and Dark Fantasy (through the proper channels)
Oh and last but most certainly not least, the artwork was created using Krita, with a Veikk A15 tablet.


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