Duk you did a nice job, even while someone was milling around in the background!
I think my focus would have drifted!
RichardJ wrote:I miss the constructive comments but realising that I will have to post my own performance has also made me less critical of others. My final posts tend to be the best of a few takes
Richard, I always post only my best!
And usually it's after more than just a few takes. It is, at least for me, very time consuming to prepare the videos for uploading and submissions.I decide that this is the day I will make a video, I set up the camera, try to relax, make numerous attempts at doing on camera that which I have previously done numerous times flawlessly, then I find one I like, upload on computer, edit it, upload on U tube, then enter it on Delcamp. This has taken me usually a couple of hours, so honestly, I want to post more videos to get a progressive look at my improvement, but find it a little too demanding to do that kind of thing. I think repeated postings of a particular piece over the month would be the most beneficial, but until I can find more time in my day, and a more efficient way of recording and uploading, it probably won't happen. I think Stewart did a great job of uploading his progression on these pieces and my hats off to him.
I too want to say we have a good core group of participants and hope we can all stick with it. I hope to be able to offer more constructive criticism in the future, but as Ned said we all will kind of come and go with our time commitments that we can allow for this.
Keep up the great work!