This video is unscripted. The only “planning” that was had was I went on Facebook and Twitter and asked folks what they wanted me to talk about. The video covers the topics Andy recommended I discuss on Facebook. Thanks, Andy!
(This was fun and easy to make. I want to do more of these!)
If you want to make suggestions for future things to talk about on the vlog, you can leave a comment here, leave a comment on Facebook, tweet at me, or ask on Tumblr.
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Review Day Tuesday is back, y’all In today’s episode I review five comic books AND the novel The Shining by Stephen King.
My reading list is long, but if you have any recommendations of comics to read, leave a comment below!
I hope you enjoy this time-lapse video while I paint and have Dragonball Z: Bojack Unbound playing in the background.
P.S. I’ll be available for commissions for newsletter subscribers and patrons on Patreon soon.
In this episode I wanted to replace my old introduction video (because the old one was filmed back when I lived in Arizona) and talk a bit about what I want to cover on my YouTube Channel.
I also wanted to iterate the fact that videos and video editing are, for me, just a hobby. I have NO intention of becoming the next big YouTuber (whatever that means) or becoming a celebrity. I just want to make this series to have fun and let you in on the fun, as well.
(By the way, if you want to get video updates a day early or get to see video and comic scripts, that’s what my Patreon page is for).
Also, yes! I now have a personal Patreon page to fund projects like Thoughtful Dinosaur and The Legend of Jamie Roberts. If you haven’t checked it out yet, please do! There’s tons of perks available.
I want to reiterate – my personal Patreon page has nothing to do with Validation. Validation has its own Patreon page. The personal one is for all the other comics I make.
I gotta hit the drawing board again. That’s all for now.
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A while back I made a video showing the first third of a sketchbook I finished this last December. To see that, watch Part 1, the video, below: Continue reading “December 2014’s Sketchbook… in Vlog”