It’s the trending thing, the new black; everyone’s posting a youtube of their dimension. This time on Around the Internet, we’re taking a discerning look at dimension videos.
Dimensions of the Rich and Famous
Dimensions of the Rich and Famous is a continuing series interviewing dimensioneers about their dimensions. This first episode talks to Spyderpigz@Deepwood about his creation process. Unfortunately, I’ve seen no other publicity regarding this series, so this may be it’s first and only episode.
Halcyon by Icantank@Wolfsbane
The Halcyon dimension is the second for player Nobama of Wolfsbane. His first dimension, Juneau, currently sits at number 3 on Wolfsbane. Stop by if you’re on Wolfsbane or visit Nobama’s website.
Eye Candy Slide 3.0 by Cariina@Faeblight.
Eye Candy by JuicyB was one of the most creative dimensions on the beta. It was a great place to see the potential of dimensions. Cariina was the master creator behind JuicyB’s dimension and thankfully, she’s bought that talent to live. If you want to see this dimension for yourself, better hurry. Last time I spoke to Cariina, she mentioned plans to tear it down and start again. At least she’s left a visual reminder of her dimension this time, unlike Eye Candy Slide 2.0 which is gone for good.
Tuesday’s Top Dimensions
This is a 4 part holiday series hosted by Gary Gannon from Gamebreaker. Gary picks a shard and compares two different dimensions for readers to vote on which is ‘best’. Voting is still open for the third week, featuring dimensions from Faeblight.
If you’d like to vote for the featured dimensions, visit Tuesday’s Top Dimensions Week 3
Had enough of dimension videos? If not, try the following selection.
Acidnica’s Oasis by Acidni@Argent
The Floating Mug by Maktira@Argent
Timezown Mining Inc. by Timezown@Deepwood
3-D Maze – Soothing Stream by Crhystavia@Threesprings
That’s the state of video play on dimensions. I’m sure, as many trends do, this will proliferate like nuclear weapons in a cold war and we’ll be seeing many more videos of player creations. Now where did I leave my video editing software?