Pretty Exciting Stuff!
It has taken me six months to get to this point, where I can now successfully create an instructional video that looks good and communicates the instruction in the manner that I wish it to. If you had told me back in March of this year that by the end of the year, I would be able to create a video that looks like the one below, I would have asked you what you had been smoking! It seems like it would be easy to create an instructional video, but many variables go into creating a successful video. The first part is how you want to communicate what you are trying to teach. It was imperative for me that you can see what I am drawing and painting clearly and that you can also see the reference that I am looking at and zoom in on it and mark up the reference. I also wanted to include a picture in a picture of me when I am talking and painting classes a picture in a picture of my palette. I also wanted to make sure that I could add a graphic letting you know what pencil or brush I currently h