But it's nowhere near the win or cheesecake phase yet.Mr Pilkington wrote:You forgot "win" and "cheesecake"
I'm not sure where these type of things would fit on the map.NerdStrudel wrote:You also forgot " ", and the doctor phase.
It cool though, I kinda glanced through it and thought it was pretty interesting.
If you want you make a submap for Resolution, and maybe I'll merge it latermirkosp wrote:It was awesome, but I raged when I saw that you only listed 480p for SD content. 576p FKNWHERE!?!?!
Oh yeah, that's another thing I want to mention-- if anyone has a list of good amv websites, they can totally be added. Even studio websites. I put a couple just to get the general idea.mirkosp wrote:I'd also add a couple more sites to find amvs, amvnews.ru in primis.
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I'm not really sure what you mean.Nya-chan Production wrote:I see one problem in this versio - you include two big simmilar things together and don't mention it
One being "theory/making" - the left part, mainly
The other one being "the actual vid"
The have lot of common, and I would put those common things somewhere in the middle, linking to both sides. An example would be technical things - they are both in AMV Traits and AMV Techniques, while they are almost simmilar (not always the same for one vid, though, of course)
I highly disagree with this. The looong linkage from "Audience Response" to "Theory" is my supporting argumentNya-chan Production wrote:Oh, hell, everything that can be executed can be spoken about, which you can take as "theory". I'd leave these two main things out completely and just focus on separate groups of info about AMVs and things about (and their linking) solely, leaving the theory out altogether.
well, I could have put a "save as" link but I figure most people just want to click-view anyway; Then save it afterwards.Vivaldi wrote:That was so cool, I downloaded it twice.
I just got back from work. What's this I hear about free time?Bauzi wrote:Screw you for haveing so much free time
...with very large, overly complicated graphs?Kariudo wrote:I demand a fight to the death
downwithpants wrote:phantasmagoriat = trythil?
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