Bravo. That certainly was special. Did you make anyone else's day special when they happened upon you filming the Sensorium Girlybox video?
This is a good thing.
Excellent. I kept refreshing your YouTube page and watched the video when it was only 53 seconds old!
If anyone else wants to freeze frame and go forward one frame at a time (which you can't normally do with YouTube) to see your name in the Special Thanks credits, I recommend using Firefox or Chrome and the unofficial YouTube Plus add-on from https://github.com/ParticleCore/Particle/wiki/Download . This allows single frame advance using comma and full stop keys.
I showed my name to my wife and she was only mildly impressed. I haven't told her about the money yet!
Also, I was resigned to thinking this would be a few days later than the originally advertised 1 Dec date, as you had said, but actually you treated us a day early, nice.
Did not know about YouTube Plus: nice one, thanks.
Also you can control playback speed with ctrl and < or > too
I learnt the other day you can step through frames on YouTube using , and .
Yes, it turns out that YouTube has added that recently as a native feature. Still, the YouTube Plus extension is worth having for a number of other improvements.
But I want more.
Bonus content on schedule? Kickstarters are supposed to be about broken promises and late delivery.
Nostalgic, disturbing, stupid, and surreal in similar measures. Love the little cameos, past references, and your 80s George Michael style.
Chris Morris will be round for words about Music Chute.
Glorious. I like this trend of having something genuinely unnerving in amongst all the more overt silliness ('reversible sedgewick' in the pilot, and the 'protect and survive' bit here). I'd be hard pressed to describe those bits as 'funny', but they're certainly something.
I also liked how Goujon Jon seemed slightly less intense than normal at the beginning, as befitting the Christmas theme. I knew it wouldn't last though, and those burning Christmas trees...
Christ this is funny. Very well done.
Wow, I was expecting something a LOT more half-arsed than that. Superb. I had a grin on my face the whole time and laughed about 7 times, including laughing for the duration of Sensorium Girlybox. It's really layered and rich with textures and ideas and stuff, I'm seriously dead impressed. Cor. Now I'm going to figure out the binary that flashes during Waspy's segment. The bee's the key!
p.s. nice to see Charlie 'Doc Hollywood' Brooker getting involved
Well thank the maker I didn't do a half-arsed job. It is nothing if not stuffed to the guts with stuff.
Indeed, thanks for being a Divinity:OS and not a Yogscast
Still chuckling.....wait ......what's that at the window.....
You are truly a giant amongst men, you Biff us good
<<<subjective, honest viewpoint warning>>> Like the last video, some parts brought back good feelings that reminded me of the brilliant Monkey Dust, while other parts did nothing for me. Highlights for me were Goujon John and Protect and Survive. I think that surrealist humour works at its best when it satirises an already absurd, but believable reality, and then extrapolates a particular theme by pushing it a little bit over the edge, one step at a time to something dark or ridiculous. However, if you push too far, or start off with something ungrounded or too unfamiliar, then you end up with abstract silliness and slapstick instead.
Hail Xenoxxx! I'm glad to see the genetic creators of The Living Bum diversify into the world of videographer entertainment at long last and enjoyed their deposit very much. It makes me feel guilty watching it after I didn't back the concept on Kickstarter but not having attended Digifest I just didn't get the big deal around the videos that were released back then. Possibly they lost something from not being watched communally while drunk surrounded by like minded people, but I will stand corrected should a second cash gouging exercise emerge...
Alcohol was available at Digifest in the evening, but only one person got drunk enough to inject their own surreal contribution. It was more Temperance Hall than Wetherspoons.
The video was certainly better when watched with a crowd who got Digitiser, but there was also an element of surprise that the new series can't capture. Even the little things, like not knowing how long each section will last, are lost on YouTube.
Having seen what Mr. Biffo did with no budget, I was keen to see what would happen with a modest one. It is certainly less fun watching alone, but reading commentary here and elsewhere makes things a little better.
Excellent, ixcellent and oxcellent. The sort of upended, trippy humour that I absolutely lap up, and that simply hasn't been on our screens for years. If this is the canary on the hill for the sort of mess that's coming up in the full series, then 2017 can't come soon enough. More "power" to your "elbow", yonder Biffo!
A thing of terrible beauty has been born. I watched this at half one in the morning, and it's now eleven o'clock; I can still taste the goujons!