This Guy Takes Care of Himself

Got a quick sketch in before work the other day, really wanted to do some characters stuff (not portrait) something quick cause I only had about an hour or so.  I like how it turned out.  I’ve dipped my toes back into the Premiere pool and am enjoying myself.  I still have to work on some intro/outro stuff for my videos, but that’ll be down the road.

If you’re able to leave me any feedback on these timelapse vids, I’d really enjoy to hear it.  Anything helps, is the speed too fast, music okay, etc?

3 thoughts on “This Guy Takes Care of Himself

    1. Okay, I didn’t want to type out a super long comment only to then fun into that pesky error message that has been preventing me from spamming you with my important thoughts 😛
      I thought the speed was alright, I especially enjoying watching your bobbing head in fast forward 😀 The music too seems fitting enough 🙂
      It is, however, my personal preference to listen to the artist talk a bit about what they’re doing, commenting on their thought-process, colour choices, bits they struggled with, etc.. (Here is a good example of what I mean:
      That’s just my two cents 😛

  1. That’s a good idea!
    I like that style of video it’s personal and is interesting to watch and listen and kind of look through the artist eyes.

    I was thinking about doing something slightly similar. I was thinking along the lines of a kind of creative problem solving video. Where I’d post in a blog the day before what art project i’d work on the next day (maybe post thumbnails/ref images/goals) and then work on it and post the finished image on that day’s blog and then discuss the next day’s project.

    That way I’d be able to talk while I’m streaming, like my own version of Bob Ross (future goals), but I could also fast forward/slow down in post video production and do voice overs and have a longer version of the art project alongside the speedpaint/timelapse version and any mini videos.

    What’d definitely give me an opportunity to kind of share my thoughts/process and how I go about problem solving. That’d make the videos more interesting to watch and far more interactive as well.

    It’s also a really interesting way to learn too.
    When you watch and critique yourself, you always find things you can do better or maybe become more efficient. 🙂

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