That's right! I've made a YouTube channel. After helping my buddy Roberto of Throwboy at Vid Con this last year, and meeting Romina, I've started to realize that I'm missing out by not being part of this community. I've been on Twitter and Facebook for years now, and even tried things like Google+ and Ello, but their all a bit of the same. YouTube allows me to give a bit of flavor to my brand that I can't give on other social media plat forms. There's something fun and charming about creating something like this. It's like a more personal look into to my art and brand that writing blogs like this don't really seem to accomplish. So, it's time for me to get over myself and get on that camera!
I'll have to admit, this isn't the easiest thing for me to do (be on camera), but while recording my Kickstarter video for the Corvink Elements, I realized that it was really stupid how hard of a time I had filming myself! So, this will not only give me an outlet to get more comfortable with that (because in reality that's not gonna be the last time I have to be on camera), but also to explore a new creative medium I haven't yet!
What are you to expect from this new channel? Only time will tell... but I'm hoping to do convention recaps, videos about my setups for conventions, overall vlog (video updates about things going on) and hopefully some art videos where I show everyone my creative process!
Until time, does in fact tell, check out this video I did about my trip to Seattle for Emerald City Comic Con!
Let me know what you think, and what other kinds of video's you would like to see! :]