Before I get into all this stuff I want to tell you, I just want to say that today I got a hdmi converter for my Playstation 2, so now I can hook it up to my TV and play one of the greatest games of all time, Ico. Okay, you can proceed.
I’ve been doing some occasional Youtube videos over the past couple of months and am kind of finding my way into what I want to produce. I think there’s a part of me that wants to be informational and helpful, but there’s also the logistics of taking on too much work in making edited videos full of spoken and illustrated content. At this point, I just don’t think it’s viable to do things that are both very in-depth and visually exciting, all at once, especially with the production values I have (next to nothing).
So I think I will be focusing on splitting up the main focuses of what I want to do with my videos. I like the idea of doing time-lapse videos that are mainly meant to give a very broad overview of the working process and to provide an entertaining view of a painting/drawing coming together quickly. I also like the idea of doing quick insightful videos that are mainly meant to teach a very simple idea. There’s a part of me that wants to combine these two things into one video, but I just don’t think I have the current resources to do that. Little by little.