I have not posted anything more than a month. So I come up with a new YouTube video that this time is not a tutorial plus an experience of changing deforestation. I hope that this new concept will please you, if it works well I will do some times in the same genre.
On 01.05.2017 at 9:38 PM, Ln X said:
A great video. It would have been nice to see close-ups of that deforestation.
Thank you. I did not want to take a close look at deforestation for a number of reasons. The first reason is that a close-up would have asked for more details and therefore more time. The second reason, with a bigger zoom on deforestation is less impressive: if one takes the first and last image of deforestation there is a clear difference.
The goal of the first part of the video is not to do anything incredibly detailed with the MMP, but simply to see "live" deforstation.
On 01.05.2017 at 10:05 PM, korver said:
Awesome video with a powerful message that we all need to pay attention to. Also, great MMPing as usual.
Btw, do I see elephants? Maybe we can see an African themed update some time
Thank you, I'm glad to see that the video passes a good message.
I already thought about doing Africa, but it will not be for now, but it will come!
On 01.05.2017 at 10:22 PM, _Michael said:
Really 'enjoyed', for lack of a better word, seeing that develop.
As @korver said, a very powerful message encapsulated in a beautiful video.
Thank you Michael!
On 02.05.2017 at 4:14 AM, MushyMushy said:
Wow, those are some very well-done nature scenes! And the message about deforestation is important. It hits home for me to an extent because a logging operation has been going on for quite a few years down the road from one of my relative's houses (they live out in the middle of nowhere). It's really changed the largely untouched rural landscape in an ugly way.
Thank you for your kind words! On the other hand, there are also trees near me that have been cut down, it dramatically changes the landscape and makes it uglier. Less and less trees for more concretes, unfortunately. Contact with nature is soon lost.
On 02.05.2017 at 4:31 AM, RandyE said:
This is a compreshensive presentation. The messages and animation sequences flow to a conclusion that is effective to the central ethic.
Home, sweet Earth, my best friend.
Thank you very much RandyE.
On 02.05.2017 at 7:18 PM, Simmer2 said:
Well done! Love the video presentation!
On 08.05.2017 at 6:36 PM, mrbisonm said:
From a SC4 Oldtimer : This Video is with no doubt one of the best artistic SC4 works I have seen so far, *tout a fait mon style*. Thanks, It was a real pleasure to watch. Your message is clear!
Merci! Your message affects me a lot, I'm glad to hear these words, thank you again!
11 hours ago, Takingyouthere said:
Wow that was really interesting, thanks again for another fantastic video Akallan!
Thanks to you for the comment.