Although there's not so much happening in this first one, it's still a nice prelude. Also, you've kind of a good tutorial voice. Very relaxed.
You'll need to watch out not to sound too
relaxed overall, so your viewers will stay interested until the end, and pay attention while you're explaining stuff - there's a certain amount of "minimum energy" required I think.
It's a good start, and I'm really curious how your series is going to develop
I've shared a link to your video on reddit
to help you reach a bigger audience for initial feedback.
Gotcha! I've created lots of tutorials for other things before this
, but I haven't really taken it serious up to now.
Any tips on preparing the thing so it's a lot smoother? I don't really want to edit the video too much, I like it more if it's a bit more natural. I'll do a google of it too, but tips are always welcome
Thanks for sharing it, too! It gives me confidence when you, the creator, supports the idea. My C# might not be academic level, but they suffice in creating a game in a decent manner. You'll see it later.