A video that I missed.
Reupload with hard subs of Nakasone Rino's interview with Sakagami Shinobu on High Noon TV Viking! Dated 13th June 2016.
Rino Nakasone (仲宗根 梨乃 Nakasone Rino, born June 11, 1979) is a Japanese dancer and choreographer. Nakasone and her dance crew, Beat Freaks, participated in the third season of America's Best Dance Crew, where they finished in second place. Nakasone has worked as a choreographer in South Korea and Japan, working with groups such as SHINee, Girls' Generation, TVXQ, f(x), Red Velvet, and AKB48.
My very first pencil animation in 2010 based on Bleach's 12th opening sequence with Photoshop and Sony Vegas video-editing help from NuevoEvo.
Weiss Schwarz is a Japanese trading card game featuring famous anime titles such as Nanoha, Zero no Tsukaima, To Aru, Persona, Madoka, Haruhi, etc.
Downfall is Copyright © 2004 Constantin Film AG, portions used under Fair Use.
Weiss Schwarz is a trading card game which features many popular anime titles such as KonoSuba, Re:Zero, Persona 5, Love Live, etc. Throughout the game, players play cards to deal damage. You level up when you take enough damage, so you can play stronger cards, but the first player to reach Level 4 loses. It is inherently based on luck and risk-reward (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHkQj0Z74zA).
Players: NuevoEvo (https://www.youtube.com/user/Teh7thingy) VS RailKill
Decks: Madoka/Homura (G) VS Bang Dream TD (R/B)
I wanted to commentate on this casual game to introduce it to new players, but I delayed for far too long, so I just uploaded it. This particular game highlights that Weiss Schwarz is actually quite luck-based, as one of the players was unlucky and unable to pull off what they can truly do, limiting their potential. The official rules can be found here: http://ws-tcg.com/en/images/WSEN_MM_W17_BP_RULES.pdf
The interface as seen in this video is inspired by TeamworkCast (https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamworkCast). I hope that in future, more video editors could use a similar format for card games as it really helps to keep track of events. I also hope that the playstyle in this video can be taken as an example in other Weiss Schwarz games, where players always announce and make clear the actions they are going to take. For example, notice that we always draw our cards one-by-one. For a game such as WS, and its potential Japanese language barrier, I hope others can slow down and make it easy for all players to understand and keep track of what's going on in the game.
Some scans and translations of cards are from me, but some are also taken from LittleAkiba (https://littleakiba.com/tcg/weiss-schwarz/).
"Apero Hour", "Backbay Lounge", "Bossa Antigua", "Crinoline Dreams", "Deuces", "Hard Boiled"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
My 1st coloured, computer animation I've ever done, really. You can see my very first animation which is non-Touhou related (Pencil Photoshop) at my website, because it was removed due to copyright issues. If you're curious, Spectra is just an art group consisting of my friends and I.
TOUHOU FAN ANIMATION
This is purely a fan animation based on Silver Forest's Blood on Blood (which is based on Remilia's theme) and since Remilia is my favourite character, I decided to start my first Touhou fan animation project related to her. The Blood on Blood did have its own PV, but is just a display of pictures, so here's an animation!
I'm not a very good artist, and this is made purely hand-drawn using a Wacom tablet. YES, this is traditional animation as you've guessed it, and it took a REALLY long time to finish this. Went through some rendering problems with Vegas, that piece of shit (but one of the best when it doesn't give you problems), ended up doing some of it in After Effects.
REFERENCES IN THE ANIMATION
Beauty and the Beast
Enjoy! Hope you like and subscribe for future animations to come! Show the world that traditional animation can still rock =P
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Instruction manual is Chinese only
NO 6-key-rollover. These key combinations were tested and failed, making it not ideal for games such as Osu which require you to hit many keys at once across the entire keyboard:
F G H
Ctrl Shift N
W Shift Space 2
Switch: Ajazz Blue
Actuation Force: 60 - 15g
Travel Distance: 4.0 - 0.5mm
Actuation Distance: 1.5 - 0.6mm
Keyboard Back/Under: ABS Plastic (glossy)
Keyplate: Sandblasted Metal (probably mild steel)
Keycaps: ABS, Laser-engraved
Rubber Feet: TPE (thermoplastic elastomers)
Dimensions: 439mm x 130mm x 35mm - 0.5mm
Weight: 1160g - 20g
Keycap Top Surface Width: 1.2mm
The Whole Other - The Missing Link
Touhou x Naruto 東方xナルト = Reisen is OP. Legend of Lunatic Kingdom.
It's been a while since I've done any sort of animation. Here's a quick parody fan animation. Sharingan and Lunatic Red Eyes does have its similarities...
Done in Adobe Flash, touch-up with Sony Vegas. Credits to ChaoFanatic for the speedlines used in this video.
It's not just a reflex game. It's a focus game, it tricks and distracts you so you can blame yourself when you lose. It gets hard (my high score is 16, beat that!). This is a great app for improving your patience while reacting fast enough to unpredictable movements. Compete in online leaderboards with achievements! Share your awesome score.
Get it on Google Play! It's FREE.
Music is Overcast by Kevin McLeod
An open-source free window management tool for Windows 7 and above, designed for large screens to group and arrange windows on your screen for efficient multi-tasking.
Winyx is similar to WindowSpace and Actual Window Manager, but more focused on automated arranging and space management.
Requirements: Windows 7 or higher, .NET Framework 4.5
Installation: No install, just extract and run.
How To Use: Read the README.txt, it will tell you how to use it.
Cheapest mechanical keyboard EVER. I just had to do it... trying to copy the style of HardwareCanucks, it's sort of a subtle shoutout to them, recorded using a cheap ass Xiaomi smartphone. Bought it for RM115. I know it says 62% discount from retail price but that's so ridiculous, it's likely a gimmick or a rip-off just like other Chinese rebrand keyboards you see on Amazon except this has superior build quality: http://i308.photobucket.com/albums/kk350/RailKill/sunsonnyprice.jpg
Does NOT have full n-key rollover, it is only implemented on the left-side of the keyboard. 7-key combinations for games like Osu! Mania is possible but you just have to find what works. The following does for me:
Q W E P [ ] Spacebar.
A S D G H J Spacebar.
Switch: Outemu Black
Actuation Force: 60 - 15g
Travel Distance: 4.0 - 0.2mm
Actuation Distance: 2.2 - 0.6mm
Rebound Force: About 15g
Rebound Time: Maximum 5ms
Keyboard Back/Under: ABS Plastic
Keyplate: SPCC Steel (Cold Rolled Steel), sanded finish
Keycaps: ABS, laser-engraved
Rubber Feet: TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer), kind of a mix of plastic and rubber
Length: 391mm - 1mm
Width: 170mm - 1mm
Height: 38mm - 1mm
Weight: 1188.5g - 10g
Keycap Top Surface Width: 1.2mm
cdk - Sunday by cdk (c) 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/cdk/53755
Reupload of 8th M-1 finals with Seiga and Kasen.