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Going Gerudo, the Series (Episode 1)

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Jun 30, 2017 | 9:33 AM EDT

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The Gerudo are arguably a less inspected corner of the Zelda universe. Watch and find out what's going on with their culture since the isolation of Ganon, and the climax that was Ocarina of Time!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good work.
As others pointed out. You either need to get a better mic, or move the mic back a little. A slight change in position may fix the problem. Other than that your oration is pretty good.

T-Studios responds:

Great advice! I'll give it a shot, thanks! Worst part is, I have a better mic, but it's in storage... I'll get on it


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad. Sounds like you need to get some kind of filter for the Mic so it doesn't pick up your exhaling when you say certain words. I never knew someone could breath from their "assets". Work on the quality and not the growing of the chest. Keep up the good work. This is how you get better.

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T-Studios responds:

Thanks Doudder! So I am not a sound guy, and a 1 man team... still learning about audio. Since people are noticing this, time to train up! Thanks!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hmm after the intro, I was expecting a bit more from this! Vocally as well as visually. Building on the former: this one barely adds any animation at all. The lipsync's a bit off (maybe looped?), and the two character angles during the backstory is good but... I wish there was more variation! Scenery to be seen. Events that unfold as flashbacks. The ambient loops for things like earrings, and blinking do add to the sense of 'life', but the ones walking in the background don't seem all that natural, and otherwise there's not much going on here. The backstory flashes by, sometimes a bit hard to hear (the voicing in the intro was perfect, but as it picks up pace the 'emphasis' seems to disappear), as if packed into such a short time as possible to not make the lack of animation take over. Some ambient animation in the background would've been nice too, like circling birds (props for including them, though they also seem to skip by all too quickly), or a blazing/fading sun. Feels like it had potential, but maybe you rushed it a bit? Now that the scenario is introduced though... maybe it's time for action? :) Looking forward to seeing how it develops.


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T-Studios responds:

CD, thanks! So great points on all fronts, I built a 3rd vid already, but I will factor this advice in for the later episodes. I want to keep developing, so I figure I'll apply the advice and make the series improve episode to episode.

Can't get away with much here, this site is filled with a lot of technical eyes!