I did this once before after the Vimeo move, but that journal's title is a tad too obscure for a casual browse. To date, almost every video I've posted online, save two that have not been publicly screened and one test demo that will be retailored come official release.
Password to all is 5tr[at]v!n5k3, where [at] is @ because dA wanted to be Twitter and I don't know how to force plain-text.
"Meet the Scout" after I realized what the song was sampling. I forwarded it to the artist but never heard back, something that probably kept me off YouTube since when I started the Downfall Parodies the next year it was the middle of the Constantin Copyright War, and I went shopping for alternative hosts. This was originally done in Windows Movie Maker and remastered in 2013 when I first aired it publicly; aside from better picture quality and minor adjustments to clip lengths, it is practically identical to the first cut.
this video by 3hish, which was made before Red Alert 3 was released. It was remastered in 2014 as I transitioned my work from Sony Vegas Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro, but I may revisit it again since one of the source files must have extracted improperly (RA2 intro audio/video is slightly out-of-sync).
TaniciusFox's comics... and this before I discovered the full extent of his furversion. It's also a totally accurate summary of what my planning was like in 2010–11, as I was handling not only my comics, but mailing out scripts to my colleagues for scenes involving their characters.
curtsibling that year, and spotlighting what I call the "Wasted Month" of March 2010, which was when my schedule started to derail in earnest. At the meta level, it still amuses me that Hitler's gone from outside spectator to in-universe comic collaborator, and that the Soviets constitute my Upper Management. The original deadline has clearly passed, but I still have plans to follow this up as a Gmod-heavy animated comic.
in which I played as the Downfall crew. This was the only video parody I produced during its run, although I spoofed several of the other scenes in roleplay text. This was the last video project done (at least initially) in WMM; the second half was made through effects in Sony Vegas. Further underscoring the gang's contempt for the Fourth Wall, this video confirms they exist in a meta-universe above both IOT and DYOS. GenSamus took personal offence to the point of declaring vendetta on all Downfall Parodies, to which I simply reply...
Russian: "Fortunate Son". If we hold the Afghan War as Moscow's Vietnam, and the film 9th Company as Russia's Full Metal Jacket... well in lieu of figuring out if the Slavs even have a CCR counterpart, I made this. This was the last video created in full in Sony Vegas before I decided it was too unstable and moved everything to Adobe in 2014.