Ross_Varn wrote:Keep in mind, a /tg/questthread is an entirely different beast than most other formats. Nature of the system is that input is random and can possibly be completely invalid- essentially, TwitchPlaysPokemon only everyone's horny.
stubby wrote:Although that's part of why I asked, just from looking at what you've posted here already, I can already tell that you need some presentation practice. These are not the kind of pictures that will make people think they're in for a fun time. For a couple of quick improvements, try holding the camera flat against a flat surface and adding a couple of lamps to light the scene better.
stubby wrote:Do you really need people to sign up first though, if your plan is to do a 4chan stlye quest?
Whiteagle wrote:Yeah, I figured I'd need more light, but the camera was on a tripod...
Whiteagle wrote:No, but that's why I'm trying a 4chan style quest, unlike a Forum Battle where you need as many people as you have factions, anyone who's there gets control of the one guy.
Plus unlike a Forum Battle, I don't necessarily have to leave my stuff out between scenes, so I don't have to worry about things getting moved or leaving the table a mess.
stubby wrote:So you need to either adjust your tripod or find another solution. You can see that those photos are skewed at an angle, right?
stubby wrote:Right. What I'm saying is, why don't you do a 4chan style quest, but here, where people are more likely to help you figure out how to do parts of it better rather than just flip a table over like they would on 4chan.
stubby wrote:I think /tg/ is already "aware" of BrikWars. Forcing a sub-par presentation down their throats is just going to make people "aware" they want to avoid it. Which is why I suggest thinking like any performer, and taking some time to polish your act before taking it on the road.
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