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    Here is my latest work:



    I made a similar video some time ago. As the content is quite much the same I would like to know if you can see an improvement in video quality or if I am stuck.
    There are a few out of focus shots that I tried to handle by sharpening but it dind not work out so well. At some time I just needed to get it finished as I already re-recorded and re-dubbed multiple sequences.

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    I just wonder if people that work with tools like this donīt know already (and well) how to grind itīs "back" and/or sharpen them.... But, if this is part of a series, then I can understand itīs place. It looked a bit too-basic to me.

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    I swear I replied to this earlier, making exactly the same point!

    I also mentioned that I have absolutely no interest in doing these sort of crafty things or maintaining the tools. Also I though "maintaining splitting wedges" sounds like a bad early 1970s double entendre from Benny Hill or a Carry On film.

    However, despite the lack of interest in the subject matter, I find your videos very enjoyable and very engaging. I noticed none of the flaws you mentioned in this. Well done.
    Tim

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    Thank you both for the comments. The video was more for practice rather than for telling something groundbreaking new

    I still feel like I have problems coming up with a good text script along with technical terms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    I still feel like I have problems coming up with a good text script along with technical terms.
    from my point of view, as someone with no prior knowledge I found the language including any technical terms perfectly self explanatory.
    Tim

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    Seems like a long winded way of shaving your arm hairs.

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    But the result is worth it

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