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    Oleksandr

    Oleksandr's Modding Space

    Well if one day National Guard Forces will be added to the game then maybe I will think about it. And its not a battalion its a regiment for more than 2 years now. Mostly im interested not in specific battalions but in brigades - so for example I've done 72th brigade, then 128th - my next serious mod on which im working for more than a month already is also a brigade level replacement for standard uniform. In terms of NATO forces I've done 2nd Marine division. So I mean would I do something like a specific battalion? probably nah but you could lets say see soldier here and there wearing a patch of certain unit. If I would go into specifics I would probably do "Cyborgs" - those warriors who were protecting Donetsk International Airport. Also I have a scenario project going on, also update to interface, later on it will be buildings - what will be more accurate in terms of Ukraine and so on.
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    Good info and some good links to his (many) other useful briefings. Was fascinated by the German AT team tactics. Unlike in the game it seems that the Germans didn't just send out 2 man tank killers. They had a three man security team, a two man smoke team, and a 4 man AT team with the demolition weapons. Makes perfect sense. Always thought that the game's Tank Hunter teams were usually useless. Now one can see how the AT tactics were supposed to work. Also, interesting to find out that Panzershrek used to mean "Fear of Tanks" and took on the opposite meaning later in the war. Love the German accent and good sense of humor of the narrator. Actually have been watching more of his videos and find them fascinating and would be very useful to anyone interested in how small units functioned. Eg:
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    Josey Wales

    Kharkov Map Sneak Peak

    You're welcome, and thanks in kind for the high praise. Yes it's easy to get drawn into every little detail of a battle when editing and you have to know when to say 'Ok that's enough of that, what else is going on?' The footage/narration balance is something that comes with practice but I think you've got it spot on for the final cut. One thing that was suggested to me and I have started doing is having the 2 opposing factions occupy different parts of the screen. In my last 2 vids I have placed the forces under my control on the left of the screen moving to the right, and the opposing forces on the right side of the screen moving to the left. If you watch clips of the 1970 movie 'Waterloo' you'll see what I mean, the Brits are mostly portrayed as being on the left of the viewer and the Frenchies on the right. It seems to have gone down well and perhaps clears things up a bit but it also limits the creativity in a way. Anyway looking forward to part 2 whenever you get around to doing it... I know how long these things take believe me!
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    Macisle

    Kharkov Map Sneak Peak

    Wow -- thanks, Josey! I'm a big fan of your videos and keep an eye on your channel so I can watch whenever a new one hits. You're one of the best AAR video makers out there, so your kind words here really make me feel good. Here's hoping some part of my map makes it onto your video battlefield some day. Yeah, on video production, I think the natural human tendency is to want to talk too much or make things too long visually -- to kitchen sink it, as it were. Your videos have been very helpful in making me aware of how to strike a balance. One of the experiences that stood out this first time was trying to get the right amount of narration to support footage I wanted to show, but then having to get more footage to support the amount of narration wanted to do. Over the course of the video, the workflow went from narration supporting captured video to capturing and editing video as needed to support finalized narration. In Part 2, the back and forth action will get going, so I'll be reviewing your vids to remind myself how best to balance things. Just like with talking too much, there is a natural tendency to want to show every bullet exchange from all the juiciest angles combined, the capturing and editing of which, is way too time consuming and not necessary. This is a long battle, so I'm going to have to look for ways to keep things engaging, but also moving along, to keep the number of parts down. For the time being, for time's sake, I'm going to have to leave out graphics, but I like the simple, but effective and clear graphics you use. Hmm. Maybe down the line a bit... I'm glad you liked the barrage. I sure did, too. It was my first time using 300mm rockets (outside of testing) and I think the show was worth the cost of CMRT right there! IIRC (and I may not! ), the rocket boys are reloading... Thanks again!
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    It could be that us oldsters having gotten used to one way of doing thing, then learning a new way... now it's different again - well something about teaching an old dog new tricks. FWIW: I absolutely detest being forced to learn a new OS (Win 10) when I spent ages learning Win7 after Win XP after Win 98 etc etc etc... and Win 10 does nothing for me that Win 7 already does very well.
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    Josey Wales

    Kharkov Map Sneak Peak

    Excellent work, I'll be watching this series with keen interest. The map looks simply amazing. I think your narration is spot on, let the video do the talking and just interject when you feel you need to add or explain something to make it clearer for the viewer. In my first CM vids I was jabbering all the way through then I learned to pace it and it seemed to go down better, but I think you've started off like a pro. Best barrage ever!
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    I look at it this way. You probably just avoided calling in an air strike which would drop one bomb, miss and then declare “i’m Winchester” at which point you’d probably drop kick your pc. CM just saved you the cost of a pc. You are welcome.
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