It's a theme that I've been writing about in YouTube Rejects (I finish cutting the last episode TODAY!!!) and certainly I theme that I effectively dedicate this blog to.
Do I have nothing to write about on here? What's up with that? Should I start posting the book I've been writing for the website? Would anybody be interested in reading that drivel? Or would you rather read something even more drivelly, along the lines of "Another Alternative"? (think about that title for a second and you'll get what I'm getting at.)
Once again, Talking Heads misses its deadline. Interestingly, this being our final episode, it occurs to me that for a project this small (inasmuch as that it was only four episodes) it would have been appropriate to produce all four episodes BEFORE we started posting them.
I don't like spamming people with videos on youtube. You know? That "share" feature right under a video on youtube? Yeah, I really don't like to use that.
Since my last post (which wasn't even legit since it was a repost of something I wrote last year ... and I have more to come! ;) we've posted the third episode of Talking Heads: YouTube Rejects; wrote, produced, and posted a new Narrator video ("The Hunger"); fielded handfuls of requests to get on Talking Heads; and dabbled with the notion of reviving the Beanie Boy Show.
In an effort to further cross-promote (or something like that) and offer up some of the "behind the scenes" details of The Beanie Boy Show, Episode 9 (which can be found here and here and here) ... here is the first part of the Holy Bible (but not really) project:
I love it when people criticize a video, because then it gives me something to blog about ;)
You know, on the whole, I have to say that this was a pretty good weekend. I came up about one video short of what I was planning and certainly fell short of the Talking Heads quota (I'm still short on some footage, which is actually a good thing because I've only cut the cold open).
Today just doesn't smell well. Too much bad swirling around. I'm still reeling from some of the news this morning and, honestly, waiting for the rest of it. In the meantime, I offer you this:
Since I seem physically incapable of producing new videos outside of the Talking Heads series (truthfully, I envy Obsquatch and his freedom) I've continued to repost old videos. Currently, I'm working on the Beanie Boy Show, reposting the very best of said show.
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Longwood, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
Most of my production music is original but if I need something extra-special, I usually get it from AudioNautix.com: