Anyhow, I will say that if you are going to be "another" video series, you should work pretty hard to make yourself stand out. I have been saturated with videos and most of them offer tidbits of useful information, but most involve someone playing Starcraft a ton better than me, a ton of keyboard clicking sounds and an assumption that I have any idea what I am looking at.
That was one of the most major things I noticed in lower level players - They'll try to use terms they don't understand and don't have the most basic elements down like keybindings or larva injecting..
I was thinking of starting with basic show-and-tells of things like saturation, creep spread, and map control. Not just blabbering on about what it is but showing actual examples of it in game as a visual learning guide.
Do you know, to this point, I have not yet heard why creep is a good thing? I figure fast queens are good... but one guy covered 80% of the map with creep - I have no idea why.
I actually just writing the script for a video on creep spread.
Creep spread will -
1. Give you vision of the area creep is on
2. Make your units run faster on it
3. Deny Terran/Protoss building production on it
4. Allow your buildings to be produced there
1) Until you have explained and demonstrated a keyboard technique, don't use it. It will force your game to slow down and demonstrate why the keyboard technique is worth using.
I'm not sure what this means. Do you mean choice of preference for keybindings and methods of larva injecting? Because things like that really boils down to personal preference and can't be taught.
2) Use scenarios that your viewers can recreate and playthrough from their own SC2. Not just similar, but give all the specifics (map, opponent, settings) and have them recreate what they have just seen
That was going to be later on in the series after the basics were down. Things like unit compositions for counters against specific matchups and maps, etc.
also. scripts are amazing things - that comes from a professional in the video media world.
So far everything is just in my head. I don't want to go through the effort if people just don't care.