Today I uploaded a new screen printing video to YouTube. This video is a quick tip video even though it is 10 minutes long…LOL. I have been trying to do these quick tips videos in which I give some fast info on printing tee shirts but I always seem to go a lot longer than I originally intended. I suppose once I get started about screen printing my gift of gab really shines through. But in the end, as in this video which I almost re cut but later decided to leave it as is, you get some personal insight into the topic of learning how to create artwork for t shirts. I think that is what gives me a connection with you all. The personal nature of my videos and the honesty that I share with you is what keeps every one coming back for more. Wouldn’t you agree?
And even though I have become more refined and a bit more commercial since the first video about screenprinting, I still retain all of the qualities of my video making that made me popular in the first place. I am still working on improving things like lighting, audio and video production but I don’t think I will ever turn to cheap editing effects and comedy to gain more popularity on YouTube. Well, only a little bit… I am allowing my personality to show much more and I do want the videos to be fun or entertaining to watch. Wouldn’t it be funny if I did a screen printing video in the style of What The Buck? Or Ray William Johnson? Yea, it might be funny but I’m not sure I want to go down that road….LOL.
Alright enough already, the new video is called, “How To Screen Print: Tips On Software For Artwork.” I do think I am getting the lighting down here and the audio is ok for now. External remote microphones are expensive. Over all I like the new look of my videos and in this one I discuss the software I use to create the artwork that I do in house. Now I have several artists and even my brother and niece who create artwork for me as I am no expert on the matter. But I can share with you the major software used in the creation of screenprinting artwork. In this video I give you some personal insight into what it will take to learn the entire screen printing process including artwork so you can do it all by yourself. Many people have asked me what software I use to create artwork and I answer that question and more for you all to enjoy.