Sketching a Dog | Drawing time lapse digital

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Here is the sketch from the video:
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It's my current piece I'm working on. Making watercolour study now before final piece finished for production. I'm finishing up my other Otter and Bulldog tea party I share previously as well and this is turning out thus far to be a busy year.

Youtube and dtube are my new challenges this year

and they are definitely just that: A Challenge. I've actually been considering retooling what I've been considering making as my videos for the rest of the year.

My video ideas up to now have been a sort of Visual ASMR sort of video featuring my lucky seaside view

but I've been thinking I might enjoy it all the more if it were more closely linked to my daily art making. And in the idea of streamlining my life, having my Youtube and video be more connected to hope for contiual daily art making, it just might make sense, so stay tuned for where that might be going.

I'm giving myself this week to shoot and edit and see what I come up with for this new direction of videos

and over all it's fun(ish) but also very hard work. Yet, the artist tool box contains many implements and

the tool box of the videographer is much like any artists in that the tools are implements to creation.

and though my 'tool's are low grade camera and low range microphone as well as free video editing,

we do what we can with what have have at hand, also the axiom of most artists.

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I'm giving myself this week to shoot and edit and see what I come up with for this new direction of videos
and over all it's fun(ish) but also very hard work.

It's pretty much impossible to appreciate until you've done it! Glad to see you're moving ahead. You'll find you get quicker at it fairly quickly.

I'm becoming an 'old hand' at shotcut free editing software. I'm hoping I won't regret just starting with Adobe premiere first, in case I move to that later, but I just wanted something easy and FREE to start. :)

There's also DaVinci Resolve (it's free for individual users, but highly priced for Hollywood Studios :) -- if I didn't have Adobe, I'd go that route!

Thanks I'm going to check that out.

that is such a cool sketch and I loved seeing the video of it being made how awesome is that