As I mentioned in a previous entry, I recently attended my first YouTube Fan Fest last May 13. It was a lot of fun and ultimately very tiring. Since it was a YouTube event, of course, I had to make a vlog about it.
Featured Image is from the BenCab Museum
“What do you like to listen to when you’re making stuff/drawing/doodling etc.?”
I’ve been asked this a lot over the course of my art/drawing/creative career. The answer always changes because I listen to a lot of things when I’m in an art jam. Recently, I’ve found what I listen to most often which yields the most successful/visually satisfying pieces. I thought I’d share it with you, in case you want to feel the same sense of ~inspiration~ I get from them.
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.