BUBBLE BALL GAME OF SKATE

BUBBLE BALL GAME OF SKATE

BUBBLE BALL GAME OF SKATE

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BUBBLE BALL GAME OF SKATE

Today Braille plays a game of skate using the Bubble Ball as well as fights some battles mano a mano in them. Some people get rocked, a victor is crowned and everyone has fun in this hilarious video. For more Stupid Skate episodes click here:

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45 thoughts on “BUBBLE BALL GAME OF SKATE”

  1. rory baker Sand griptape and creamsicle board both have lance treflips in them.

  2. Something about YouTubers going from a raw filming format to an edited one with royalty free music just feels condescending and corporate.
    Time and time again I see it happen where YouTubers are uploading raw footage, and then they suddenly decide to ‘spice it up’ with editing in a cookie cutting format that doesn’t work for what they’re making and they lose a big chunk of their audience. They all use the same royalty free music, too, and begin dropping their series names from their video titles and start making them as vague as they can instead.
    Series names are super helpful, because some people subscribe for “Skate Everything” others subscribe for “Stupid Skate” or “Skate Support” and not knowing which series a video falls in pushes people away from watching it.

    The only time an edited format really works is in video essays, or highlight reels. I’m not saying stop adding royalty free music- but if you’re going to change direction with editing videos, go the extra mile and make it stand out from other people’s editing styles, instead.
    Gabe of all people should know this himself, especially considering the Braille Origins video on himself, where he said he knew he had to stick out from the other submissions and went the extra mile in editing so Aaron would remember his video.

  3. Looked for this type of comment before I even watched the video. When I saw this in my subscription list, I thought it was from Sam.

  4. SMILEY They’re running out of ideas because the ideas they have suck…are you okay bro you seem mad?

  5. There’s many libraries of royalty free music to chose from on the internet though, but a lot of content creators who aim for younger audiences tend to pick the same 10 songs from the same library, since they see everyone else doing it and the kids like it.
    And yeah, I guess you’re right that I might have not seen it as a format, since the minimal editing made it feel more raw and uncut. I just think that choosing the wrong song for a video can completely change the feel of it, and clash with what’s actually being presented, making it feel in-genuine and awkward.

  6. royalty free music is rarely free of charge the tunes we hear mostly come from the youtube and you don’t need to pay $49 for one song

  7. HyphenatedReality When editing I found the royalty free music just went hilariously with the video. Nothing you mentioned was in my mind! I was just trying to make the best, most funny video. -Gabe

  8. Thank you for the reply, Gabe, even if I may have came off as a bit overly critical.
    Perhaps it’s just I associate the music with a different style of video than you do which is why I assumed that.
    There were definitely some funny additions in the editing, though. Like the Wilheilm scream worked nicely, as well as the bounce sound of Fetty running into the door after you (which may have just been the actual impact sound).
    If you are going to start editing like this more often, I think there are some ways where you could go a bit further by making the editing more subtle rather than mixed over the top of the main video audio.

  9. this is the last video i’m watching anyway sick of the gimmicks, fads, kids it’s less about skating and more about click bate

  10. Love this style of editing opposed to your guy’s old 20 minute videos! All good stuff!

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