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lemonbear

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Wear a Captain America skin and somehow sit backwards on a chair.

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But in all seriousness, I think this is a great idea! I wouldn't say you need to use shaders unless you really want to. Dutch and I just put together a video that's a bit of a behind the scenes showcase discussing the project application process, and we didn't use shaders. So I'd say that shaders are optional for this type of behind the scenes content.
 

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@AttackOnMars I'll be uploading the first video of a new series at 8pm gmt tonight. A new builder walk through would fit perfectly in that series. I don't necessarily need to be involved, but what would you think of me interviewing you about the process? I think we could easily incorporate all your points within that format, and I would be happy to collaborate on a rough script for it.

Have a watch of the vid tonight and let me know if you think an interview format might work for your idea and we can crack on with that.
 
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The video that’s scheduled to be released today has a Crownlands thumbnail and the content is about Lemon’s westerlands build. I don’t know if it was supposed to be just a random server shaders pic but I’d swap for, if not a shader pic of an area of the project, at least a pic of a westerland area.

On another note I agree with Mars! And maybe this could extend to tutorials on our designs like gradients, tables, how to do kitchens, Necessary stuff for your low class yard, etc.
 
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lemonbear

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what would you think of me interviewing you about the process?

In my mind I think the clearest and most accessible format for such a thing would be for one person to literally use a new MC account to do everything and film it, from signing up with a forum account, to seeing what builds are in-progress and talking to people as a NOBUILD, to actually answering the questionnaire and submitting an application and completing the challenge builds, to being allocated a probation leader and doing probie house posts/incorporating feedback.

It could be a very well-known "secret" (e.g. I was thinking of renaming my partner's account to TestBuilder and using that, and warning everyone/getting permission first) and be demoted straight after. It's a lot of work but I think it would be very helpful. And if it's too long it could be a small series.