Proof I am awesome at real guitar!
The fretboard is done by recording the video feed simultaneously with another camera, and laying it on top with Adobe After Effects.
Much respect to Roadies Josh Goldsmith and Brandon Laatsch, concert videographer Kevin Klauber, and of course Daniel Johnson.
Canʼt tell you how many times it took to make this work, but.... oh, wait, yes I can - ONE. Because I'm actually GOOD at Bike Hero.
No closed roads, no CGI, no planted cars or joggers, no hidden cuts in camera moves. Just Dragonforce, a pair of wheels, and cojones the size of grapefruits.
Some viral seeder account linked me to Bike Hero when it first was getting popular. Hah! They probably hoped I would pass it along and tell my friends about it, or make a response video and give it more attention! I bet they never thought I'd...
...wait a minute.
Aperture Science FINALLY shipped my prototype portal gun! My roommates don't seem too impressed though.
Oh well it's super fun!
More content as soon as I figure a way out of this thing.
Golly, my roommate's cat sure seems racist! And no, we're not squeezing him. He'd maul us all if we tried that!
What's great about this video is it'll let me know who's been watching me for a while ;) ;)
To address the comments I KNOW are coming:
1. Yes, I bat left handed.
2. No, this was not the first attempt.
We ran out of eggs, so I had to go get some more. Shot at my loft, and from a hot air balloon over Perris, California.
Special thanks on this video to Ruben Garay for helping us with all the skydiving segments. Also, special thanks to Niklas Daniel and Luigi Cani for the aerial cinematography.
Also, yes we live in the house from Up.
Journey with us through video game history as we witness the first ever rocket jump. My teammates are total noobs. That dude on the turret is also a total camper.
The M249 airsoft prop generously provided by Evike****!
Special thanks to Kevin Klauber, Sherwin Kuo (for the sweet AT-4 prop), Lauren Haroutunian, and onedcm for providing his awesome trampoline for some greenscreen work.
A look at the videos we made in 2011.
- 47 total videos (37 not counting announcement videos)
- 17 videos without guns as the main focus
- 20 gun videos
- 400 million views on our videos this year. 3 video views were from North Korea.
- We wasted 1,500 YEARS of humanity's time
- We lost 181,000 subscribers. Luckily we gained 2.1 million!
- The two Mario videos were the two most favorited, liked, and commented videos
- Cereal Killer and Medal of Honor Cat were the two most popular Non-Mario videos!
Got to hack into the mainframe before the orange pant terrorists can set off a nuke...oh wait...it's a video game, who cares lets get to the action!
After meeting Codemasters at E3 and demoing their new game, BodyCount, they asked us if we would like to make a video around the game! We told them that we would love to since we really enjoyed the game and they gave us access to their massive custom sound effects library.
You can now check out the demo that we played at E3: *******marketplace.xbox****/en-US/Product/Bodycount-Demo/66acd000-77fe-1000-9...
This is how every game of Metal Gear Solid ends for me.
Featuring the talents of Action Factory stunt team. Check them out!
I conduct a stealth ankle shooting mission inside some air ducts, just like a real action movie star!
This is a sneaking mission where I infiltrated a Deaf Person's Warehouse.
Jon Favreau contacted us and gave us resources and full creative freedom to make a video about Cowboys and Aliens! This is what we came up with!
Special thanks to Jon Favreau and Universal Pictures for making this video possible!
Also special thanks to Afrotwine for helping us with some 3D file conversions!