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The Web is training our next generation of content makers ...
Logan Booker: "If you don’t know the name “Michael Shanks”, you probably know his pseudonym “timtimfed”. And if you don’t know timtimfed, you’ve almost certainly seen one of his videos. Perhaps it was Max Payne leaping towards his toaster, or a Skyrim adventurer freezing time to loot the bodies of his fallen opponents. Whether you’ve watched one or all of them, we can all agree they’re ridiculously brilliant."
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Познавательное интервью крутого видеомейкера-любителя...
Lewis Wallace: "If you’re looking to build a web video empire, you’d be wise to take a lesson or two from Felicia Day.After finding success on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Guild and Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, the actress, writer and producer rolled out an impressive roster of web series under her Geek & Sundry banner."
Dan Soloman: "Rooster Teeth, the studio behind machinima classic Red vs. Blue, talk about lessons learned from 10 years of making web video and how the studio is evolving for the medium’s next phase."
Before YouTube, there was Rooster Teeth ....
I just love the way these guys are thinking :
“It’s such a wild, wooly world out there in online video,” says Hullum. “We don’t really think of competition in that capacity.” He describes an employee of the company they found through videos he’d made that were similar to the ones Rooster Teeth makes. “We could have been, like, Oh, this guy’s trying to do what we’re doing,” he says in a mock-disappointed voice. “Instead, we said, Oh, this guy’s doing cool stuff like we do! Let’s talk to him! And he’s a great guy to have on the team.”
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Reb vs Blue is what got me interested in machinima ... great scoop, DRC!