I have a routine. I like to follow it most days.
I was doodling in my art journal (as I often do) when I had the sudden urge to film what I was doing. I didn’t know why, I didn’t know how but I wanted to do it. So I did.
Money: whether or not we think it’s relevant, in a
Capitalist modern society, money is important. It’s what (currently) makes the world go round and what we use to accomplish many a task.
Being a fangirl of many things, along with spending a whole day on YouTube and some moments of reflection, I decided to make a vlog about the relationship between supporting your faves and being financially stable.
I made a little video project for the month of March where I try to film a little bit everyday and compile all the things into a video diary. My goal was to get like, five seconds everyday. It got kind of difficult because there were days I didn’t do much. Needless to say, I didn’t manage to film every single day but it came together pretty well, I think.
I was watching the first part of EverydayJim’s last vlog and I made the mistake of looking through the comments. A lot of them were not happy with his decision to stop daily vlogging, calling him a sell-out, whiny and ungrateful for his audience. While scrolling deeper into the comment section (which you are. not. supposed. to. do.), it got me thinking about vlogging, YouTube and viewership.
Now before you get your underwear in a knot, please know that this is just my opinion on the matter. I am not expecting you to agree with me 100%. We don’t have to agree and that’s okay. I just want to share some thoughts on the topic.
Hello friend. 😀 Hope you’re doing well.
Today, I’d like to share a vlog post I made some time ago (about six months ago; I changed my hair since then). I had made a Q&A post on my Facebook and a lot of my friends asked me about my art and my creative process. So in response to that, I made an art-related Q&A vlog post.