Recently, I completed the fabrication of my very own DIY Sith Holocron, using cardboard, craft foam, hot glue, and acrylic paints and varnish. In this video, I showcase the holocron in question and explain, with images, how you can make your own Sith Holocron as well. It also has a light inside, so I explain that as well.
This holocron was created for cosplay photos for the character Darth Kromus from my fan-fiction series, which you can read here: http://binkyproduction.com/darthshadie
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Can a grown woman play with a plushie? Well, if it’s Rosie-Approved, certainly! How to be Rosie-Approved, let me tell you all the ways to be so, and what things are approved by Rosie and what things are not.
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Here is a Tutorial on How to Edit in Lightworks, a free editing software for PC, for your gameplay videos and for YouTube videos, or basically to go from gameplay to YouTube, if said gameplay requires certain adjustments. I show you the basics of how it works with demonstration so that this can be a comprehensive guide for you, so that you can use Lightworks with ease. I also make a few comparisons with Final Cut Pro, which I use for my more elaborate video edits and talk about some of the differences that I like more and less about Lightworks versus FCP.
I am not affiliated with or sponsored by Lightworks, but it is free and I use it and I wanted to share how it can help you too.
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