I have to tell you I was very busy yesterday with printing and planning for the next video. I was unable to do much online. But I was still able to upload a second screen printing video this week. I think we will have one more next week before I leave for the show in New Orleans. Another when I return the following week and then a Halloween special, sort to speak, and that will wrap up October. I have been having a lot of fun making videos lately. And here’s why.
I’ve always promised to step up the video production and make the video more fun to watch. So I am trying to keep good on that promise. I thought the pinhole video would be the first of a more fun Catspit video but it seems some people just considered my video creativity to be an extension of an intro. I guess it made the whole beginning feel too long. I apologize but I am new to video stuff. I worked as a photographer in Manhattan for about 6 years or so and I am wanting to figure out how to bring those skills to the video editing. Therefore the beginning of this new screenprinting video has a little photo and audio creativity by yours truly. I made up a little background psychedelic guitar sounds to go with a very green Catspit video hallucination.
The new screen printing video uploaded to YouTube is called, “Screen Printing: Preventing & Fixing Pinholes.” This video talks about how to prevent and repair pinholes in the finished stencil. It’s just some pretty basic information that can help you eliminate pinhole if you heed the advice. As always please make sure to read the annotations. There is a lot of great additional information in those for you to take advantage of. That’s the stuff I forgot to say when I made the video. And if you like the video, please rate thumbs up and subscribe to my YouTube channel.