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TD-Jet Generation

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May 31, 2015 | 10:28 AM EDT

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Ever tried to pick up a new skill, hobby, or routine? That shit is hard, daunting, and generally somewhat unpleasant at first. Tough it out, big guy, you just might end up being pleased with yourself.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I Love This. The Zero Narrative Telling Story Through Nothing But The Artwork And The Guitar Playing, Love It. Like The Little "Sister Looks Annoyingly At The Sound Waves At The Wall At Night" Scene And The Very Next Image Is Him Still Playing But With Headphones On. Just That Those Two Images Right There Tell That She Came Over Complained About The Music That Night And He Plugged In Headphones So Not To Disturb Her. We Don't See That. We See None Of That. But We Don't Feel Left Out. We Can Tell Exactly What Happened. Just, Umph, That's The Good Animation Stuff.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Before one can show of even to them self one must practice even longer
This was good


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, this is kinda parallel to how I started XD


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice, refreshing episode! Those few frames with no sound said more then some of your previous episodes combined. I would like to hear the rest of your story as it unfolds.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha, great vid, way to go, you said a lot of things without saying a single word, the faces and the sounds, very expressive.

And now time for my little story lol, i like to talk too much :T
So, ive never learned how to play guitar, never cared for it but i did buy a Cello and its a totally different experience, when i bought it i was so exited to play it but i got it like a week early, my classes didnt start until like 5 days or something but i really REALLY wanted to get started so i took it out of it's case and i looked at it, looked at the pin at the bottom, looked at the bow, looked at this little stone-like thing that came in the bag, looked at the strings and basically just checked everything out very carefully, of course, i had no idea what i was doing, all i knew at that point was that you put the bow against the strings and move it and sound is made magically, so not true, i put the bow on the strings and with a smile on my face moved it and to my dissapointment it didnt make a sound, i was shocked, the smile in my face disappeared and i put it back in its case and let out a sigh, when the time for my 1st class came i was once again so exited but my teacher told me that i wouldnt use the bow imediately, that i first had to learn the names of the strings and stuff and so, i had to wait, when the time finally came i 1st had to simply ask why it had not worked the 1st time i tried, she told me it was because i had to rub the bow with the stone thingy (that is called Rosin), so she showed me how to do it, handed me the bow and told me how to hold it and stuff, and for the 1st time ever i played cello with the bow. :D
Haha, now i know some songs like Song of Storms and such but to be honest ive been neglecting my cello recently, ive been more into writing music instead of playing it, but i still want to play it and get better with it.

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