After reading article after article of what's in store for winter this year, I'm going to place a bet on it's going to be just like last year (but this time, hoping for a lot of snow). Yeah, I know I love snow, so bite me! But there's one X-Factor: El Nino. Meteorologists are predicting that the winter months (in my area at least) are going to be above average in temperature. They're also predicting that December is going to be nailed the hardest buy the El Nino effect. But some people are fanning out that it's going to be a much more brutal winter (as in colder and snowier). We'll have to wait a few months to find out.
After a short time off and attempted efforts in finding another job, I managed to complete another video. Now how long will this trend last? I really can't say. It's difficult for me to make videos while working for a lackluster company (they know who they are). But I'll do what I can to see that I can get videos made despite the stress. Don't be afraid to pick up the sword, because the enemy sure won't.
I'm pretty sure that this isn't a surprise when I say this, but the videos are on hiatus again. This time, though, it's because there's a lot of unforeseen circumstances that I can't delay. Once all of my other matters are attended to, I'll get back to making videos.
After years and years of hard work on documents regarding a future game, I have decided that I'm going to pull the plug on the whole thing. I say this because I'm going to be spinning my wheels and going nowhere with the franchise (yes, there was going to be at least five more games following this). I'm also going to abandon any future documents as well. Besides, after spending three summers on a project that won't take off, and having no one else to carry this project on, it'd be fruitless to continue onward.
I just realized that I left something out when it came to my videos from my blog. The videos based on my blogs will be slightly different because if I were to replicate the video word for word from one of my blogs, then it'd be rather silly to have to two of the same. So that's my focus; make my videos based on a blog slightly different from the actual post.
The first part of my Disc Vs Digital video is up. Now keep in mind that the videos are only going to cover the basics, and the final decision is up to you.
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He has a YouTube channel (link at home page). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.