What's uuuuuuuuuup? I'm back! Yes, I'm back. Did you think that you would get rid of my text blogs just because I'm doing videos? You wish! :) As I mentioned, I'll keep writing, maybe not as often as I was doing before, but writing nonetheless.
So, what's new? Well, on my last blog entry, I wrote about my first video blog. And on the one before that, I wrote about learning the nuances of uploading videos on YouTube. Therefore, I'm pretty sure you know where my attention has been lately: creating videos.
Yep, I've dedicating a big chunk of my time to create and upload a bit of content on my YouTube channel. Notice how I said that I'm dedicating a lot of time to create just little content. The fact that I'm putting a lot of time in it doesn't mean that I'm getting a lot done. But, I've been learning a lot and now I have a much clearer vision of where I'm going. Certainly much clearer than what it was when I wrote my last two blog entries.
I am truly liking this video-creating-while-learning process. Perhaps I'm liking a bit too much, since I haven't painted in a while now. Not to worry, though. I've been making sure of sketching constantly, so I don't get rusted (again!). Nevertheless, it is due time for me to get a finished painting done, even though the curious side of my persona is trying to pull me into learning more about video-creating.
By the way, have you checked my YouTube channel yet? No? How dare you?! Go and check it out right now, just click here. And, once you're there, give me thumbs up on my videos. And, since you're on a roll, you might as well subscribe. And, before you go, share my videos with anybody who might be interested. And... I think that's all :) I'll make it easier to remember: visit, like, subscribe and share. Easy peachy.
OK, so what are exactly the new videos about? The first one shows the painting process of an old pin-up of mine, in a shortened version. This painting was done several years ago, but the snap shots that I took while rendering had never been shown in public. I gathered them and put them all together in the fore mentioned video. The muse for this clip? the mega-porn star Julia Ann :) On the second video, I show the sketching process (again shortened) of Silvana Martell, a porn star from Mexico, and the muse for this artwork piece as well. As a last note, I want to mention that there are two versions of each video (to make a total of four): the alternate video of Julia Ann's show her nipples covered (sorry for the censorship), and the alternate video of Silvana Martell shows the process of her sketch from beginning to end, for those that are interested in seeing the whole process. The four videos are posted below, so enjoy!
That's all for now. As you can imagine, this is just the beginning, with a lot more videos coming this way, along side with more artwork and more blog entries. I want to thank to each one of you that support my work. Trying to make it in a new adventure is hard, but it's so much easier with the help and support of my fans. Stay tuned for more artwork and news, but in the meanwhile, take care! See you next time!
What's up? I'm back... well, not only I'm back, but I'm back in video form. I finally did my first blogging video. I will be doing most of my blogging through videos from now on, on my YouTube channel, so please, subscribe to it. Check out the video below, to learn what to expect.
Note: even though I'm planning to have video as my main channel for blogging, I am planning to keep writing blog entries once in a while. Truth is, I love writing, it really helps me to express my ideas in a more profound way. Being that said... video is also awesome! :)
As always, thank you for your support. Please, please, please, subscribe to my channel. Once I reach 100 subscribers, I'll be able to get verified, which will allow me to customize my content a bit more. So, check out my video, give me a thumbs up, subscribe and then share it! Easy, uh? See you next time!
Pin-up artist by day… and also by night. Well, mostly by night, because night time is my favorite time to paint.