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From your picture, Windbreaker looks like a perfect innocent little newborn babe laying in a manger.
Tell me something - Was the FedEx guy wearing a white robe (with wings & halo) when he delivered your board?
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I was thinking faun hiding in the grass
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Mine is stolen from another user "Midlife Crisis"
@Kielanders lol I was thinking I should have captioned that photo the grass breaker! Not sure about FedEx, my husband took delivery.
The Windbreaker is actually the name of a Cruise Ship on my Fav animated show, Bob’s Burgers. 😉
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As a Dragon Ball Z fan, I of course had to go with Nimbus!
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Awesome vid! Great sound track, great use of effects . . . and love the helmet - it's just too easy to bump the thinker, and you'll want that in good shape for many many more years - your people need people like you.
By the way, totally give you a pass on the haircut - fly your colors proud brutha.
What state are you in? You always look like you have perfect weather.
You may want to start scouting your area and planning a ride/video.
It starts with taking notes as you go (no camera necessary), thinking about what is meaningful to you, what you think others may like to see, choreograph your camera angles & speed to capture the mood of the beauty you see that you want to share with others, map your weather windows to get the lighting you want, plan and use your effects only as an accent (less is more) - journal it all, sketch it in frames like a comic book if you can draw.
It's called story-boarding in film school . . . putting the pieces together in print and drawings to tell a story with your OneWheel (Dolly Camera).
It happens for every film, whether indie or a major motion picture. You have to know what you want to say and how you want to say it, before you lay it down on film.
Slydog does it in Chicago, and I'm not sure he's even aware of it - he's not showing how rad his skills are (though that may be part of his intention), he's telling you a story of a moment in time in his city, and the sights in his city tell their own story of their past at the same time.
There're plenty of guys that have his skill, but he's (accidentally?) pulling it together with his gifts to touch others of all ages on many levels.
You have that eye to tell a story. Find that story in your life, where you live, right now, it's there - and with your eye, you can bring it to life and share it with the world.
@Kielanders Thank you so much for the feedback and pointers!!!! I actually live in Newark Delaware....
The weather usually looks nice on film but it is super humid Here....you seem to have great knowledge for filmmaking... are you a teacher?
Btw my sage pint arrives tomorrow!!!!!
Zombie Tank Jr is finally here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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@ShreddieMcskate woohoo!!!!!!! Congrats!
Can you do us a small favor and check to see how your battery is labeled? If it says 170WH then it's wrong
@a_onekatie 147 wh
@ShreddieMcskate Dang, lucky! TY for sharing!
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Congrats on the Sage Pint and the correct WH rating.
I'm not sure where you're at in life, but keep it up. You have an eye for composition. My humble recommendation; don't simply work on your OW skills to do vids of how awesome your OW skills are.
Instead, work on your photography & video skills. The OW is your dolly cam (an amazing tool) to tell the story you want to tell, to speak for those who no longer have a voice, to tell the truth.
Your OW skills will become amazing as you obsessively push yourself to create on film the motion picture shots you see in your head. Build your skills and portfolio, and you'll be given access to places and things by helping people see things through your eyes.
I live, and have lived, in a place (and places) with a predominant Native American presence (Alaska). Develop and use your gift to honor your people. I know the despondence and pain that exists in small villages, racked by lack of opportunity, drugs & alcohol.
The OW isn't a toy for you, it's a very powerful tool (use it, with music, film, and photography) to tell stories that would otherwise be lost.
I'm not just saying this to blow smoke in a public forum, I'm honoring two elderly Aleut people up here now gone (Charlie & Alberta), who didn't let me die my first year in the wilds of Alaska.
@ShreddieMcskate got bored at work so zombie tank jr got a makeover until my Rail guards arrive