Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby GuntherAMVs » Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:31 pm

*flails around thread* ZOMG, I'M ANSWERING FUN QUESTIONS~!
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Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?


Oh, well, you know OwO.. The usual suspects: Shin (derp), Ileia, Yue, Chiikaboom, Nostromo, Cross/fade, sinycaterina, AimoAio, JazzVids~~.. Plus lots more~.. My eyes get all sparkly when I watch their videos :DD

Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?


Oh, well-.. *looks up at enormous list*... er~.. They're all really friendly people <3
And they edit with their hearts, with incredible sync, and usually with really original concepts. Things that make me laugh, or things that touch my heart. When I watch their videos, I feel like I come away learning something every time :3

Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?


MENTOR PSHHHHHHHH. I IS A BEAST WHO NEEDS NO ME-
Ahh, just kidding ^_^.. I'm sure you all know him as resident Mr. Editor of the Year (aka. The Loli King) xP

Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?


Jazzy: first real AMVs I ever saw ^_^.. Gave me a feeling of the art
Ileia and Cross/fade: Concepts = amaaaaaaazing~
Shin: transitions and scene selection.... and lip sync~
AimoAio: DA MOOD, YO~

Each time I watch these guys, I try to ask myself, "Now, why are my eyes burning out of my head from the sheer awesome?" .... Then I attempt to answer it and use what I find to fuel my own editing :3

Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?


HAYAO MIYAZAKI.. Simply because I love him and his heart-warming films :pizza: (random pizza slice of approval)
Also--music!.. When I hear a song I like, I start to make up music videos in my head. So then I want to do it for real~.. on a computer.. and do fun stuffz with clips :3

Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?


Nostromo and Chiikaboom = King and Queen of founding the art of AMV editing (as far as I know xDD)

Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?


*super flowery huggle to the Org* I hope this isn't hippish/communist of me, but I hope everyone gets the recognition they want and deserve~.. All I seem to know are fairly popular editors (cuz I'm some sort of celebrity-troller who sneaks into 5-star Skype chat zones OwO)

Also, Meatwad's Ego. It has yet to edit a full AMV on its own, but from what I understand, it's the leading genius behind all of Meatwad's current projects~.. Cheers to the Ego, in hopes we see a full AMV from it soon! *raises martini glass*
:beer: (but we get a beer emote, because there is no martini one OwQ)

Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?


>.>....... <.<..... Well.. I'm not very old or seasoned, but here's my advice to all of you: Never have the following conversation:
(WHILE WALKING ALONG ON COLLEGE CAMPUS)
Boy: .... nice lunchbox.
Girl: *looks down at pink lunch bag* Oh, thanks! My mom packs it~ OwO
Boy: ... *smirk* ... *walks away* ...
Girl: ^^?..... O_O..... T____________T
Girl's friends: *patting back*.. It's okay. He probably thought you were joking..
*facepalm*

Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?


Lunch boxes are eco-friendly, handy in a rush, and it's cheaper than buying from the overpriced, germ-ridden college cafe!.. So don't knock the box, yo~ :awesome:

Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!


..................... *slides Staples Easy button across the table* ........

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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Centurione » Fri Apr 20, 2012 1:33 am

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?


The favourite one is Cross/fade, for sure. But I also enormously admire work of Shin, Ileia, Koopiskeva, qwaqa.
Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?


I can't say anything about them as about people, because I have no idea who they are in personal life :D. But, as it goes for Cross/fade, the thing is that for some time each single time I've seen his video for the first time, I've heard my favourite song in it and it was edited exactly the way I think it should be. As for the rest: they're simply awesome!

Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?


I wouldn't say there is one or a few editors I'd consider as a mentor. I'm just learning by watching all the cool videos around here and I can't say that particular person taught me particular things.
Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?


From Cross/fade- simple editing, from AimoAio- sync, Padre- visuals, Kosmit- I'd love my videos to be as clear as his.
Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?

That would be film soundtracks. I could sit for the whole day, listening to those and imagining the video with them or what was happening on the screen at that moment.
Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?


As far as I know very famous people are Chiikaboom, Nostromo, Ileia, Koopiskeva. Even some of my classmates know some of their AMVs. So I think they're kind of representatives of AMV world to the general community.
Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?


I have no idea how people here are recognizable and I can't really think of anyone who I think is not popular and I'd promote them. That's probably because all the editors I know about seem famous to me :D
Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?

anything?
Don't play old pianos if you're not sure it's perfectly working- it can kill you, seriously.
Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?


What I'd like t add is : YOU, EDITORS, ARE AWESOME!
Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!


They're awesome. They know what to do.
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby -Kyros- » Fri Apr 20, 2012 11:47 am

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?


My favourite editors are Cross/Fade , Nostromo , Kain-x-Spirits , ScorpionsUltd

Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?


I do not know anything about them.
But Cross/Fade from seeing how to write a few posts, seems like a nice person


Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?


I must say the truth
as I was at first no more individual :shock:
then over time other climbers are met, with whom I share this passion again, and we help each other

Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?


Internal influences (Rising Production)
Diegao94 , [Key]Scarlet , Nihilant01 , Karusman07
I always help me, when I start a new amv.
When it relates to external influences
Surely the French amv (which inspired me a little regarding the editing style)

Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?


Nothing Specific

Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?


They are part of an agreement on what was said [Key]Scarlet

Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?


Diega94 : because I really like anime and song combines
Erien is the main example

Karusman07: I think it's a great talent
has an editing style that would not envy anyone
unfortunately not attend a-m-v.org and other forums, so it is little known

[Key]scarlet : I really like how she conceives of the stories (which she created in the amv)
and continues to grow, the hope becomes a "amv maker girl" more good

Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?


Right now I can not think of anything :rofl:

Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?


No :bzz2:

Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!


Just edit to pass the time on your PCs having fun, trying not to overlook the tecnical part too much and trust people with more experience, so as to improve your style and find better AMVs. [cit. My self XDXDXDXDXD] :awesome:
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Ileia » Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:25 pm

Shin-AMV wrote:Ileia is insane with internal sync

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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Taite » Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:13 pm

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?

Firstly: qyll, Nessephanie
and in no particular order: Osnar, Zetzu, Overture, qwaqa, JadeCharm
Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?

I know nothing of them besides what they write on their profiles or anywhere else.
Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?

None.
Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?

Nessephanie's Illuminate My Heart is the only amv in which I can distinctly remember seeing her white/glowy/blurry/thresholdy fade-outs and trying to replicate that for the first time in my amvs. That was yeaaaaars back, and the only editor/amv I can recall that literally influenced my amvs. VegettoEX, gambitt, and MeriC's Never Fall Apart also contributed to this obsession.

However, when it comes to sync, various amvs I have used as an example to find some of the more interesting cuts. The first amv to do this was The Air In My Lungs by Mailificus, but there's also all of qyll's amvs, scarab's target up, Overture's Farewell, and so on. I can literally name my amv inspirations for days, though the only quality present in my work which was directly influenced by another editor is Nessephanie's glowy fade thing (and that's not really directly seen in any of my videos, just normal white glowy fade things.)

Some smaller contributions:
I've become more conscious of crossfades after hearing Zetzu's philosophy on them, but I still tend to use them a bit.
Overture has inspired me to mess around with more effects, you could say, but I still prefer raw-er styles.

And of course there's all those little amvs which I can't remember but probably led to my experimentation in different genres, trying out different effects, etc.
Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?

Nothing really. I get inspiration from all sorts of outside sources, but nothing that really influences me.
Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?

I really don't know, I don't pay attention to that.
Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?

Not really anyone on the org, but some youtube editors: Ellechiii, Clover and M0oranshi have solidly edited and entertaining videos, which is reason enough.
Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?

I've been editing for quite longer than people think I have, but I don't think I'm "seasoned."
Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?

Nope.
Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!

Watch good amvs and learn, or don't, and see what you can come up with by yourself; both methods are just as well.
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Pwolf » Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:22 am

Taite wrote:
Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?

Nessephanie's Illuminate My Heart is the only amv in which I can distinctly remember seeing her white/glowy/blurry/thresholdy fade-outs and trying to replicate that for the first time in my amvs. That was yeaaaaars back, and the only editor/amv I can recall that literally influenced my amvs. VegettoEX, gambitt, and MeriC's Never Fall Apart also contributed to this obsession.


Your editing style always reminds me of Liz's. I guess it all makes sense now :P Never Fall Apart is also probably one of my favorite videos of all time.
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Pwolf » Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:11 am

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?

I have a long list, far too long to type out.

Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?

Since there are so many, I will say, all the editors I like, they all have different styles and methods. I enjoy a variety of styles.

Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?

No one.

Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?

I don't really think there was anyone in particular. I sorta went solo for the longest time and just watched videos to watch them and didn't really take any notes.

Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?

The biggest influence on my work would probably be real life experiences and events.

Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?

In general? I think it really depends on the person your asking.

Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?


I don't watch many videos now adays, let alone from people I don't already know as being good but here are the two most recent editors I've grown to enjoy:
Narshial. She mostly sticks to youtube but after seeing her videos at Sakuracon, I became an instant fan.
Taite. I enjoy her style of editing and she's overall a pretty decent editor.

I guess the main reason I enjoy their videos is because they are simple and they aren't terribly concerned about being better then anyone else (at least it doesn't show). They make what they want.

Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?

Not really. All this talk about influence and stuff is great and all but the bottom line is, make what you want.

Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?

Not really

Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!

Make what you want and improve on your failures.
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby mexicanjunior » Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:16 am

ngsilver wrote:
Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?

MJ is a mad poker player and still the king of H


Wow, I'm honored... :D
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Rendakor » Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:14 pm

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?
Code, Shin, Scintilla
Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?
Code makes great romance AMVs, so he's like my inspiration and stuff. Plus he's incredibly involved in the community. I don't know much about Shin or Scintilla besides that they both make great videos I can (and do) watch over and over.
Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?
gotegenks, definitely.
Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?
Umm...anyone who was a finalist at Otakon in 2010 or 2011, I guess. Watching the AMV contest there both years is what really got me to start editing myself.
Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?
Personal experiences. I try to take some of the shit I've been through, and convey that emotion in my videos.
Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?
The few people that I know of have already been mentioned, so "what those other guys said".
Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?
I'm not enough of a hipster to know any cool, underground AMV editors. Sorry. -_-;;
Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?
To all you (fellow) n00bs out there, don't be afraid to get involved in the community. If you've got a question, hop into the IRC and ask; they don't bite. Post on the forums, follow people on Twitter or YT, make some friends.
Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?
Umm....nope!
Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Arigatomina » Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:28 pm

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?

Loveable Neko Kyou.

Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?

She made slash vids. She already had a handful of vids when I first joined. If she hadn't been 'established' here, I would never have joined. She set the stage for fans like me to move from viewer to editor. If she could take advantage of the place despite the male hegemony, any fangirl could. But she never posted on the forum or became a part of the community. I didn't find that out until it was too late. I still cross paths with her in other parts of the net, and I continue to find myself joining hobbies only to see that she got there first. She keeps setting the example, and I both envy and appreciate that.

Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?

EarthCurrent. It had nothing to do with editing, but he greatly influenced my view of the org as a whole, and my approach to dealing with the forum as opposed to the archive. This was my first forum, and he sort of...taught me how to think about people online. Or how to *not* think about them at all, in some cases.

Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?

Castor Troy. His "Haunted Ship" was the first crossover vid I saw that used an anime I knew well enough to spot how he did the scenes. I remain a huge fan of crossovers in particular, and "AU vids" in general. I only dabbled in crossovers myself, so the influence isn't visible in my editing. But he definitely made me more eager to put things together that wouldn't 'normally' mesh. He also seemed pretty shameless about doing DBZ vids, which helped me suck it up enough to share my own regardless of it being a 'dead horse' anime even back then.

Anneke. Her "Suichi's Question" got me into multi-anime vids, which remain my favorite vids to edit to this day. I'm sure she wasn't intending to throw in everything including the kitchen sink, but that's what I got from the vid and that's what I ended up doing with my own. Her vid made it look fun to do multi-anime, and it was for me. She's another one who is rather shameless about making what she likes. That definitely influenced me to be a little brazen myself.

Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?

A fanartist on devart animated a flash music video for my favorite pairing. It epitomized everything I hoped to eventually be able to do myself, yet she never edited an amv in her life. That woke me up, made me realize I didn't *have* to go through this editing hobby in order to achieve that result - I could have gone through the fanart angle instead. That completely changed my process. Instead of trying and failing to manipulate anime footage, I made my own. After that, editing straight anime footage wasn't as fun. That flash vid influenced my work by making me do fewer vids. I was working on the assumption that the more vids I made, the more practice I'd get, and the more I'd improve. But that vid made me realize it wasn't editing stock footage that I needed to improve on, it was making footage myself. As far as amvs go, it was a negative influence. But it led me closer to what I wanted to achieve out of the hobby, so I count it as a positive.

Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?

Koop, for kicking off the age of effects with Euphoria.
Istiv, for kicking lipsynch to a new level (and character cut-outs as well).
ScorpionsUltd, for proving you can make an original Naruto amv.
Godix, for keeping some people around the forum even after they lost interest in the hobby/community as a whole.
Dokidoki, for keeping the site (and thus the community) running.

Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?

No.

Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?

Don't let a few people ruin the entire hobby for you.

Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?

No.

Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!

Read some of the editing guides here. Try one out for yourself using an anime you don't know or particularly like. Follow the guide as closely as possible, especially if it tells you a particular way to make cuts and do beat sync. Don't think of it as creating a music video, think of it as practicing sentence structure or doing math problems. Just follow the 'rules' given as closely as possible. Then watch the finished video over and over for an hour. Then throw the video into the back of your computer and go back to editing the way you were before. Continue doing your own thing for a few vids. Then compare your most recent vid to that "guide vid" you put away. If you've adopted any of those tips from that guide, then think about why you've adopted those and how they further your style. Then try it again using a different guide. This is a fun way to broaden your editing while also establishing your own style. You can also practice by attempting to reproduce the editing in your favorite video using the same song and different footage, but be careful doing that. The point is to try new things you so find what you like, adding to your own style, not to reproduce other people's editing preferences to the point where you have no style of your own.
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Taite » Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:17 pm

Pwolf wrote:Your editing style always reminds me of Liz's. I guess it all makes sense now :P Never Fall Apart is also probably one of my favorite videos of all time.

Pwolf wrote:
Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?


I don't watch many videos now adays, let alone from people I don't already know as being good but here are the two most recent editors I've grown to enjoy:
Narshial. She mostly sticks to youtube but after seeing her videos at Sakuracon, I became an instant fan.
Taite. I enjoy her style of editing and she's overall a pretty decent editor.

I guess the main reason I enjoy their videos is because they are simple and they aren't terribly concerned about being better then anyone else (at least it doesn't show). They make what they want.


o: thank you very much :oops:
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Re: Fourth Questionset for Questions on Forefathers...

Postby Eake4 » Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:03 am

Answering quite late but here it is~

Question 1 wrote:Who's your favorite editor(s)?

Nostromo, Qwaqa, Koop, Shinnie04 and Magnus
Question 2 wrote:What can you tell me about your favorite editor as an editor and/or a person?

They make my fav AMVs of all time
Question 3 wrote:Who was your biggest mentor, or who was the closest thing to a mentor you had?

I guess Nostromo since he did teach me alot of techniques and we had several converses on topics like twixtor and photoshopping although he uses paintshop
Question 4 wrote:What editors are or were the biggest influences to your work?
Question 4a wrote:How exactly did they influence you? What qualities present in your work can you trace back to those editors?

Nostromo from his intense use of flow
Question 5 wrote:What outside of the online vidding community has influenced your work?
Question 5a wrote:How has it influenced your work?

Possibly movies and anime. I edit by ideas which pop into my head but mostly their just influenced by anime, manga and movies
Question 6 wrote:Who are some influential people in AMVs and what are they responsible for?

TritioAFB for his ultimate judging skills, Mirko for encoding knowledge and Nostromo and Shinnie04 both for creativity
Question 7 wrote:Are there any somewhat unrecognized editors you wish to promote for any reason?
Question 7a wrote:Umm...seriously? Why that person(s)?

me :ying: I have faith in my own editing
Question 8 wrote:Any of you old seasoned editors wanna give some advice on anything?

skipping
Question 9 wrote:Is there anything else related to this subject you'd like to add or any questions you think should be asked as well?

nope
Question 10 wrote:How can the noob below you improve on his editing? NO CHANGING ANSWERS!

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