Project Chronicle was started on 1st January 2012 in an attempt for a small, but determined group of people to try and create a time capsule by vlogging every single day throughout 2012. Find out more on Google+
What did you think of Twisted? What is your favorite musical? Mine is Singin’ in the Rain! Stay tuned for tomorrow’s video about Legend of Korra books 3 and 4. Check out Team Starkid by searching for their Youtube channel. Don’t forget to like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video!
Since I’m not very good at singing right now (them braces… *shakes fist* MOFFAT!), I’ve decided that my violin shall be my voice. And so, I decided to try to improv play “The Voice” by Celtic Woman! I can’t improv the actual violin part though. I’ll try to do that later. But I hope you enjoy! You should check out Celtic Woman on YouTube, though. They are awesome, and I strive to be as talented a violinist as Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh!!!
Alatariel Falassion: AlaFala: Doctor Who theme on the violin! -Project 14-
Had to stop stalling. Not very good at it yet, so I might upload another one once I’ve improved at it. This was improv. Dedicated to user themaypole, who gave me the great idea of playing the Doctor Who theme. I’ll do a video with the electric one, too, like I did with Radioactive. DFTBA!
Today I introduce you lovely viewers to one of the things I do in my spare time. Miniature painting! I give you a little insight into my experience with the three companies whose paints I have used during my now 15 year long time as table top wargame enthusiast.
The first episode of Trainer VS Trainer where I have challenged Ash Ketchum to a race to conquer all of the regions in the world of Pokemon. To recap on the rules; I watch an episode of the animated series of pokemon and time it (rounding off to the nearest minute) I then play the selected game (for the Kanto region it is Firered Version) for that amount of time. We will watch and see as the series unfolds who will conquer the regions first.
James W. Hastings 2: Project 14- December 3, 2013: Of Breakdancing and Sonic