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Hey everyone, I'm back.

>WHAT'S THE THREAD ALL ABOUT
I have a thread still up in here, but most of you wouldn't read all 50 posts (understandable). I'm making a free mini-course in perspective, video format; for everybody here and everywhere. If you want to know why and all the jazz you can see the previous thread here: >>6833108

>THE PLAN
Once the script is finished and the video edited, I plan to rent a small studio to record the voice-over so we can have a professional audio going. I also plan in posting the first version of the video video to be corrected by the community, so we can once again improve on it before fully committing to anything.

>WHAT DO I NEED
1 - Patience. It's my first time writing a script, I don't expect it to be perfect, that's why I'm making this post. I'm including the images that will be used in the video, so we can have a better idea of how everything will be once finished. I'm almost done and need some feedback: looking to be fact checked, typos, ways to be more clear, general direction etc... I'm ready to re-write everything if it means improve the final result.
2 - Help with the DEMOS. I would like to get in touch with some artist to help me out in the recording of demos. There are plenty of them, and I know some of you like to focus on vehicles, environments and all of that. So if I can have a specialized artist doing a certain specialized task, it would be far better than me by myself. If you are interested:
a) Videos need to be at least 60FPS, 2560×1440 px (2K);
b) No shaky recording; no audio;
c) Raw footage so I can pinpoint relevant moments;
d) Any format DaVinci Resolve accepts.

Please leave your input: https://docs.google.com/document/d/

Thank you for your attention.

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>>6848311
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>WHY POST IT HERE?
I won't lie you guys are almost always mean, but you're the only ones who talk to me. Yeah I have no friends why do you think I'm here? Moving on.

>PERSONAL DOUBTS AND CONCERNS
Am I going rather fast through subjects?
Should I include more examples?
Am I being clear enough for the beginner?
Should I keep the 1st part full theory like it is or mix theory and practice?

TODO list – pic related.

>> No.6848339

>>6848311
just do olson and see me after class

>> No.6848343

>>6848312
Not interested but we are the same in that here is home. Best of luck in life anon

>> No.6848348

>>6848343
Thanks, you too.

>> No.6848350

>>6848339
Didn't know about him, will take a look. Thanks.

>> No.6848417

>>6848311
>2 - Help with the DEMOS. I would like to get in touch with some artist to help me out in the recording of demos. There are plenty of them, and I know some of you like to focus on vehicles, environments and all of that. So if I can have a specialized artist doing a certain specialized task, it would be far better than me by myself. If you are interested:
I don't wanna help with drawing demos but for an interactive demo of perspective concepts there's https://www.geogebra.org/u/seriousmax and https://www.geogebra.org/u/wysteria
>Please leave your input: https://docs.google.com/document/d/
thanks
>>6848350
you're making a perspective video course and you didn't already know about olson's one? holy shit good fucking luck with yours

>> No.6848425

>>6848311
>>6848417
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bBRTDK5EtInnLoiYC48BTQGechG-1f44JjVROoMtyTQ/edit?usp=sharing

Sorry for the broken link.

>> No.6848450 [DELETED] 

>>6848417
Anon your link is broken as well.

>> No.6848536

>>6848312
I believe in you anon

>> No.6850012

can i add you on discord? have a few questions and suggestions

>> No.6850030

>>6848311
i wish you endurance and luck despite me not being fan of video guides cause they tend to be long, bloated and full of uhhhhhhhhhmmm

good luck!

>> No.6850040

>>6850012
Yes. I’m pufferart on Discord.

>> No.6850042

>>6850030
That’s why I posted the script in the first place…

>> No.6850105

you should fix the section formatting so the docs outline works

>> No.6850134

After glancing over it
- I'm not sure how people do it for video scripts but if you wanted to publish this as a text document I would ask that you cut down as much of the unnecessary text as possible, i.e., any time it feels like you are talking to yourself and not getting to the point.
- You should establish (for yourself) who your target audience is, what their level of ability and background knowledge is, and what you hope for them to walk away with. Even if they're interested, people will lose focus if you present them with something too far out of reach. I bring this up because the early definitions feel like they're written in a vague, surface-level way and a few pages later you give detailed descriptions of sweaty exercises like shadow construction.
- Your explanation of VPs and HL don't emphasize the 3d relationships between the camera and the space that cause the rules. Also you need to watch out for lines like this
>Any set of converging lines will lead to a VP.
that don't really explain anything.

>> No.6850668

>>6850105
I will. You mean I should delete the page breaks right?

>> No.6850673

>>6850134
>any time it feels like you are talking to yourself
Yeah I tend to do that. Will cut it down.

The target audience is the beginner and intermediate student. I’ll spend more time in basic concepts.

Thanks for the feedback.

>> No.6851028

>>6850105
Never-mind, I found out what you meant. Sorry for the confusion.