Pyromantic Location: Norway (Way way up North, on t...
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Posted:Hello folks! Here is my second video! Unfortunatly the most recent poi-footage in this video is over a year old, so I have gotten better. Actually some of the footage is from my first show home in my garden at a family-bbq party.. Those were the times.
Anyway, enjoy this new flick, and pleease post your comments, reviews, opinions and questions here. I really appreciate it.
Here is the video: A Saturday Night Flick This is made in Windows Movie Maker 2. Actually a quite nice program.
And in case you wanna see it, here is the first video I made. Poi 4 Peace This one is made in Adobe Premier.
Untill next time! Enjoy! Massive respect to you folks! Love you all!
-= I am the god of Hell-fire =- -= And I bring you......fire =-
Returning to a unique state of Equilibrium Location: Adelaide, South Australia
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Posted:Looks like youve done some cool gigs!
The vid is nice and clear, and edited quite well. did you do it yourself? Id suggest dropping most of the Uv/day twirling segments, because they didnt add much (very dark mostly) and in some cases looked a bit amateur. The fire sections are good, Id concentrate the vid on them, if you are going to use it as a promo.
I couldnt help but notice you leaving the top off your fuel bottle and putting it beside your feet when doing a fire breath. That seems like quite a risk, in an already dangerous pasttime. One day you will accidently kick it over, and that could be disasterous.
-- Help! My personality got stuck in this signature machine and I cant get it out!