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| Mserafin ||18 Nov 2020 7:38 a.m. PST|
No Forgotten Weapons or Time Ghost? Bogus!
|Sgt Slag||18 Nov 2020 7:39 a.m. PST|
RP Archive, is quite good. The DM's Craft, by DM Scotty, has older material which is superb; his latest videos are not as good as much of the older stuff. TheDMGinfo is quite good, as well. Dungeon Craft, with Professor Dungeon Master, is quite good, for RPG's. He also has some crafting videos which are adaptable to miniature wargaming, as well.
The channels which truly interest me, are those for crafting with cheap materials. I find many of the RPG crafting channels have techniques which are highly useful for wargaming, as well as their intended audience of RPG'ers. Those are what interest me, the most. Cheers!
|General Kirchner||18 Nov 2020 10:11 a.m. PST|
forgotton weapons is a must
Thehistoryguy is awesome
Kings and Generals hits a lot of battle and time periods i am interested in. just watched a whole series of burgundian wars
lindybeige is sheer entertainment if dubiously accurate
military history visualized
|Shagnasty ||18 Nov 2020 11:16 a.m. PST|
Of those listed the only one I've ever seen is "Little Wars' and it is terrific.
|TNE2300||18 Nov 2020 4:50 p.m. PST|
Dr Faust Painting Clinic?
|The Last Conformist||19 Nov 2020 1:37 a.m. PST|
I've never quite warmed to the whole YouTube channel thing.
|General Kirchner||19 Nov 2020 6:53 a.m. PST|
its like TV where you pick the programming.
|Sgt Slag||19 Nov 2020 8:51 a.m. PST|
I've watched several YouTuber's launch a channel, get successful (making money off of it), quit their day job to pursue it full-time, then get burned out on it, after a few, to several years. They run out of ideas, topics, etc. They have to re-invent their channels, to stay relevant, and popular. The need to produce can drive them away from their original intent, which can drive subscribers away…
YouTube channels are a bit mercurial in nature. I doubt most can make it their primary source of income, for more than a few years, if they are doing crafting/gaming channels. There are exceptions, of course, but only a few that I have seen. Cheers!
|von Schwartz||20 Nov 2020 3:46 p.m. PST|
I never knew they ever HAD YouTube videos for wargamers.
|Perris0707||21 Nov 2020 12:32 p.m. PST|
Kings and Generals and The Old Wargamer are my "other" choices.