What's the pace of this video like?

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gannonreid's picture
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I want to buy this, but with Old Damaged Pillar I felt so damn lost at the texturing components because it was blindingly fast and didn't really feel like I had the ability to absorb what was going on because I was just trying to keep up with the button clicks (constantly going back to see if I missed a small click that's keeping me from getting the results that are supposed to happen... takes up a lot of time this way for me).

What's the pace of this training piece like? Does it break down components of texturing a bit more? Does it recover some of the specifics from Old Damaged Pillar?

metalliandy's picture
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Hey gannonreid,

The pace of this video is great!

You get too see each aspect of the texturing process in detail so you can take all the good stuff in Laughing out loud

Rest assured that there are no stops pulled and you will be able to follow each step with the utmost confidence!

Hope that helps Smiling

Riki's picture
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The pace on the texturing DVD is much slower because it was all narrated real time while doing the work. The pillar had to be dubbed over because no one wants to watch an 8+ hour video (which is how long the raw capture was). I would encourage you to get it and I honestly don't think you will be disappointed at all. If you are dissapointed then you can rant freely on the boards here. Smiling

-Riki

gannonreid's picture
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Riki;1462 wrote:

The pace on the texturing DVD is much slower because it was all narrated real time while doing the work. The pillar had to be dubbed over because no one wants to watch an 8+ hour video (which is how long the raw capture was). I would encourage you to get it and I honestly don't think you will be disappointed at all. If you are dissapointed then you can rant freely on the boards here. Smiling

I just bought it and I'm sure I won't be disappointed. I am glad to hear it is much slower. And though I learned a lot from Old Pillar (more than worth the money for purchase), I did have quite a bit of trouble following all of the steps and had to watch the parts (specifically texturing) over and over (as I said). Hopefully with this video I can understand things better at a slower pace!

I am just about to sit down with it!

man0mule's picture
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With tutorial videos i find it best to watch the video once all the way through before trying to follow along. This way you can pik up the whys and understand the overall proces before trying to attempt it yourself.

Riki's picture
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yeah Ive done this many times myself. Usually I watch it once while doing something else, then the second time is really easy to know what is coming up.

-Riki