I am slowly, but surely, learning my way around my video editing software a bit more. I completed my Bean Bunny painting today and compiled my footage together into a video on my YouTube page. I had a bit of trouble with the quality of the paint as I went along, but I think we got somewhere. Cheers!
Just some short and sweet, spoopy painting on good ol’ Jack. I am still learning how to film and edit, but I think I see progress. Where, you ask? Just ask Jack. He was there.
I love Jack-O-Lanterns. I should put a pumpkin in my next book. How’s your current work in progress? Let us know in the comments below. Enjoy everyone.
Did some painting today. I put together a collage of some in progress photos I took. The final piece is in the upper right hand corner. I used acrylic paint on a wooden surface; I used a few images from Google on my cellphone as reference and for scale. Everything was done freehand.
Enjoy and Happy (early) Halloween.
Fiddled around some more with my new camera and editing software today. The steamworks on YouTube is slowly getting up and running. I also discovered how to do subtitles. Let the snarky humor commence…
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With these poison ivied hands, I filmed and posted my first video on my Author YouTube page. It’s definitely a practice video–I was getting used to my camera, a new video editing software I’m trying out and the process of uploading to YouTube. I know I’ll probably chuckle at this video in a few years, but in good humor.
The videos will vary and either have subtitles or me (possibly) talking in the future. For this round, I just have some music playing. Enjoy and happy writing. Ker-kaw!
After the unexpected break yesterday, I hopped on the bike, very late at night, and did one hour. What did I do? I watched YouTube, one of my favorite YouTubers in fact: Moriah Elizabeth.
I love her videos and she’s inspired me to do my own thrift store makeovers (one of her smaller series she semi-recently started). She’s human, makes mistakes, pokes fun at everything including herself and produces beautiful artwork. Pretty inspirational.
I’ll link a video I watched part of below next to the ol’ photo of my time, to prove I did what I did.🚴♀️ I tend to binge watch her videos and rewatch my favorites.
Stay crafty, Arcians. See you tomorrow for Day 20!