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Archive for the tag “videos”

2 animated cartoons illustrate the ease of making cartoons

To show how easy it is to create visual material, I’m posting some things I created.  It is surprisingly easy to create content with today’s tools when you have just a little skill and a fun idea.

Previously posted airplane videos here and here.

Here are two animated cartoons that tell the story in visual form that I previously told in print form:

Bank reconciliations and offering count procedures:

Good procedures protect from false accusations:

How I made the videos and the time needed to make them

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Airplane flyover videos – 2 of 2

Still photos of C-47Bs in video format. Photos taken at the May 2013 Planes of Fame airshow in Chino, CA presented by the Planes of Fame museum.

Video of C-47Bs, also at the 2013 Planes of Fame airshow.

Explained earlier Why am I posting airplane videos on this blog?

Short answer is to demonstrate to others the ease of using tech, for me to learn, and to have fun.

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Airplane flyby videos – 1 of 2

Explained earlier Why am I posting airplane videos on this blog?

Short answer is to demonstrate the ease of high-quality tech, to learn, and to have fun.

Here are two videos. The first of two opposing Korean War era fighters, an F-86 and MiG-15. Second video is of World War II era bombers, a trio of B-25s.

Video of F-86 and MiG-15 at the May 2012 airshow in Chino, CA presented by the Planes of Fame museum.

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Why am I posting airplane videos on this blog?

To learn.

To show the simplicity and ease of quality technology.

To have fun.

What videos?

I’ve produced several videos of airplane flybys at the Planes of Fame museum’s airshow in Chino, California. I’ll start mentioning them on this blog.

Learning

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