Great work, Merv. What a talent! Subscribed and liked!
Just added another one of mine below.
While going through and subscribing to all the channels I hadn't seen and liking videos, I happened to notice that many of the channels posted on this thread only have 2,3 or 4 subscribers!
hehe - very sneaky! :) C'mon guys it may be a small way to support each other but every bit counts! Everyone who posts their video, please subscribe to the others if you can. Also good to "like" each others videos too!
In fairness, I think some of the ones who posted aren't signed up in Youtube (maybe someone made the video for them), or don't know that they can subscribe and like to support their fellow artists! I'm sure most people start off with good intentions on a thread like this but is easy to forget about. So thanks for keeping the thread front and centre, Beth!
Please stop and look at the other videos on my You Tube channel as well. There are three videos that are long (over 1 minute), while the majority of my videos are from 21 seconds- 1minute 40 seconds in length. Comments are welcome. Thank you.
http://douglas-wilks.artistwebsites.com/ (Fine Art America)
http://douglaswilksphotography.smugmug.com (Douglas Wilks Photography, at SmugMug)
http://www.youtube.com/user/Dlw19641?feature=mhee (My You Tube video channel)
http://douglaswilksphotography.wordpress.com/ (WordPress, Douglas Wilks Photography blog)
Warning, readers: I'm about to go completely off topic here.
No, I'm not on YouTube. But that's YouTube's fault mainly - I did one of those Downfall parodies and they refused to put it up owing to copyright issues.
Konstantin Films seems to have dropped that fight. Certainly there's a lot of Downfall showing up at YT. Perhaps I should try again.
Vimeo, however, welcomed me with open arms. I have two videos there. Hitler And The Bollywood Biopic
Making short movies is fun especially if you have enough footage.
Here is one where you can see a typical Indian Bengali wedding (the style and custom for each state is different) Can anyone guess the camera I used to capture this video?
Don't understand how these FAA discussions work yet. But happy to post a YouTube link. This is part of my James Joyce's Dubliners a Visual Response & Contemporary Contextualisation body of work; which was exhibited in the Dublin Writers Museum last year.
The 'Urban Typography' video shows my collection of 9 pieces illustrating various fonts, styles and imagery that I associate with Urban Typography. In this collection I used wooden panels as a base to build layers of wood, paper, card and plaster onto, and also to scrape, dig, chip and paint into the surfaces. By doing this I created these unique pieces which actually look like old, weathered, decaying pieces of the urban environment, but in fact were created by me in a couple of hours.
Yes, I'm on YouTube. I've shot a few videos of my rendered art, sped them up and added some background music to them. What I do with these videos is embed them on my eBay listings whenever I'm trying to sell pieces from whatever art collection is featured in the footage and leave a note in the auctions' description to the extent of: "Here's how these art pieces are made" just a little above the video.