We've been trying to set up the studio in a way that I can shoot more videos of my process. I love seeing techniques and how other folks do the things they do in short, concise videos. My personal preference indicates that I probably have a short attention span, so I can't exactly watch a 30 minute video unless I am super interested in the topic, and that may even be stretching it a bit. My sweet spot is usually 5 minutes or less. But I tried to squeeze as much as I could into this video and make it as short as possible, and it came out to 11 minutes. I didn't time it, but I thing the total time it took me to make the layout was under an hour. To edit and do voiceover took about 2 hours (I know, I am so slow!), and this blog post has taken 30 minutes. Hopefully as I do more of these, I can find a better system and get faster at the process while still making something you all want to see. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Supplies: Mostly from my Stitched collection | All Ready Memories washi tape holder | Tim Holtz Distress Paint in Cracked Pistachio | I used this watercolor set from Michaels, but found some alternative options - Colortopia Watercolor Set | this one | and this one | AHA Arts Moon Phases stamp set | Ranger Archival Ink Saffron | Ranger Archival Ink Viridian
So, dear readers, here is my question. What kind of videos would you like to see? Get detailed if you want, as we are hoping to post them onto my Youtube channel on a weekly (maybe even twice weekly) basis. Thanks in advance for your input!