... this was one of the best episodes of The Beanie Boy Show--a beacon of my accomplishment (if I do say so myself).
I really want to tape this video that I wrote earlier today ... but I'm way too congested and I just don't feel like it.
So it seems like when I end up waiting for a file to encode, I like to write a blog. I have no reason for telling you that other that for the fact that I'm currently encoding video. Which I thought was pretty obvious seeing as that I'm blogging.
Okay, so maybe it's less that it's different and more that it's a "logical next step". In a nutshell, I'd describe it as: a vlog done in the style of Talking Heads, minus all the heads, and relying heavily on a single, special ingredient. If you hadn't figured it out yet, that special ingredient is insanity.
Why is it that right when I wind down and try and start distancing myself from producing videos for YT, I then come up with potentially one of the best show ideas I've ever had?
Second place went to camo1000:
The other entry was from my co-conspirator solidgold451 (he's since made a second pimpage video) and the other unofficial entry (which was the one that inspired the whole contest) came from decadent7 ...
Not to be outdone, these following two videos were never actually submitted to the contest, but they exhibit exactly the kind of enthusiasm that I was talking about and certainly made my day when I saw them. These are courtesy of DeathPigTV:
So, the long and short of it is that even though I burn out (more often than not, it seems) seeing the enthusiasm and videos that my work inspires helps me through the low points of this otherwise thankless endeavor.
Not too impressive, huh?
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: