Up above, a massive snowstorm is coming to the northeast, and I’m getting ready to ski in Sugarbush. Im trying something new today. I decided to write my story today without the aid of Yoast. I will rely on my wit, and hopefully, the story comes out exciting read for you.
I finished the Phoenix, grabbed a few screenshots and shot some excellent video clips. I promise to go into the tools and my workflow in a few minutes. More importantly, I wanted to bring up that my goal is to publish it these every day, but I couldn’t meet the deadline, and if you stick around, I will let you know what transpired. I will go into the software I used to process my images and video clips. Besides, I will discuss my drawing and mistakes and the solutions to these issues. If you stick around till the end of this video, I will walk you through a video timelapse of the whole process.
This morning I decided to work on my phoenix sketches. Furthermore, I wanted a way to capture a small timelapse of my drawing. In doing this, it will give me a way to share my progress with you. For example, I can show you all the steps in between as opposed to a still image. Likewise, I used a tool called open broadcaster software or OBS for short. If you’re interested in learning more about it take a look at How to use Open Broadcaster Software? With the combination of SketchBook Pro and OBS, I started drawing. Upon finishing the video capture, the challenge of editing and combining the video files is the last step.
Testing the reblog feature. I learned that I can’t reblog unless I’m doing this on the business plan using the Share feature on the reader! Read more about reblogs and my particular issue. In spite of the seriousness of the situation, I forced to stifle my anger and found a workout. Thank you Dronstad for writing and publishing Steam Dreams! It was a pleasure drawing for your story. Side note, did you know that I went skiing this weekend? Wait, I’ll discuss that later. I want to show you some cool pictures of the Steam Dreams!
I created this reusable ski packing checklist, so that next time I go, it will be faster to get my pack done. In other words, I have included links to some of the products I purchased that had helped me with my trip. Not to mention, if you do decide to buy something, I’ll get some commission and you’ll get a chance to support me.
My trip home leads me to an eventual packing cube. Then I chill out and get ready for the ski trip. Race through 42 street, Times Square & write my ski notes.