Ty for coming everyone who did come, I know the game isn't to everyone's tastes but I hope I did enough to still make it fun to watch regardless! I'll be doing a bit more tomorrow and think of some more conversation topics to talk about since these streams are really just zatsus.>>11403017
Squiddy's speed-drawings are really good, probably the highest interactive redeem with chat that's not time or stream prohibitive. People love scuffed art.>>11403545
First thing would be to learn to externalise your thought process. If you're concerned about dead air, the most basic thing you can do is just say what's on your mind. Then once you're comfortable with speaking a bit more, you can start adding in conversation hooks, anecdotes, stories, etc. This is the sort of thing where you can prep topics to discuss and be able to carry a zatsudan instead of just read out your cliff notes verbatim and not know how to continue the flow. I sometimes struggle with the latter without doing a lot of umming and uhhing.>>11405292>how much does silence bother you in a stream? How much does chattiness?
I don't like dead air too much, I kind of like crisp commentary with the occasional anecdote or story, Clauvio has a good balance. Not a huge fan of people who are too much of a chatterbox which is sadly how I feel like I am when I stream. I just have it drilled into my head that dead air bad so I naturally keep talking...>what’s your opinion on the seiso-debate?
Depends on the chuuba honestly, whatever works for them naturally. That's kind of why I don't like redeems that force it one way or another because you know it will be used counter to how the streamer is feeling.>do you tune in for zatsudans? Do you enjoy them?
Depends on who, but sometimes I would. Generally though, I prefer stealth zatsus because there's at least another layer of activity instead of just a chat, or like a lecture/informational type stream if it's pure chatting.>have you supported your oshi today?
I support my oshi every day!>>11406345
Based. I'm finding teachers here and there enjoying vtubing, they already have a richer public speaking experience than most people, so it kinda makes sense?