Great job! I love your drawings. This was such a fun way to learn about your life!
Thanks, it was fun to make. Markers - wheeeee!
That was SO cool! You are totally on your way to a popular and profitable YouTube channel. What a fun way to tell the story of your life.
HA! I don't know about a popular and profitable future on YouTube, but Meego made a few bucks on the camera rental.
It's so fun to watch you draw. Maybe 'cause I'm so bad at it and you make it look so easy. Either way, this was a great way to spend my first 6 minutes off of work. Thanks for starting my couch time off right! Blog friends really are the greatest!
You deserve at LEAST 6 minutes of mindlessness! Glad to be of service :)
Wow. That is uber cool. I find it amazing that you can sketch your entire life story into a mere six minutes. That is a great way to let an incredible saga. Terri's right, definite YouTube gold. But the engineer in me has to ask: How long did the actual filming/drawing take to pull together? Maybe a director's cut?
Time for actual filming/drawing? Gosh, I dunno. I played with different angles and stuff until I honed in on what I thought worked best. With clear engineering precision, however, I can say that it took approximately about longer than six minutes. Gag reel not to follow :)
WOW - that was really fun! Am alternating between super impressed and vaguely irritated that you are so talented :)(Mostly I'm impressed, though, really!)
It might help to know that I've failed scrapbooking.
You are a very good artist, actually! That looks fun.
It IS fun. Do it. Show us!
Ya coulda given a bit more airtime to the brothers. One in particular. Just sayin'....."Former sex change capitol of the world" got more billing! Sheesh!(Oh, and noticed the dirty integral......I'M TELLIN!") :-)
Uhm, who are you... again?Upon further review, I see that the angel Moroni even got more billing than the bros. Tsk Tsk. Might have to do a spin-off, if I can think of any more dirty integrals.
Husband asleep next to me. No earbuds handy. Will be back.
I'm back! And that was fun to watch! As I listened, I thought about many of your previous blog posts; trying to match the drawings with expanded versions of your life stories in those posts. I was surprised at how much I know about you. :) Except, I'd never thought about your boys being born in different states. New York and Utah... is that what I just heard? My girls would love to claim birth in another state. Too bad for them--they're all Virginians.None of your other blog pals mentioned your voice, which surprises me. (Maybe they've all heard it.) I've heard small snippets in other videos, but nothing to this extent. It fits you; as if you have a choice. It's also opened another door to our 5 year blog post/email relationship. :) Cool for now... until I make my "US visit my blog friends" vacation rounds some day.
Well, thanks for your thoughtful "review"! Yes, the older two were born in NY, it's always a bit strange to see NY listed on their school and other profiles as their "from". And our youngest is the Utah baby who is clueless when we reminisce about our NY days. Blogger voices do seem kind of foreign upon first hearing them. Has it really been 5 years?! Yay!
That was super cool. I really enjoyed watching. Very creative, and yes you are an excellent artist!