One of the things that I really like about the Art of Ratatouille is that it gives you insight into not only the obvious creative decisions that were made while shooting the movie, but also sheds light on even the smallest details. Like creative decisions that may seem trivial, but are actually essential to good story telling.
In this video I’m going to give you a very brief tutorial on how to open a free KDP account; and then I’m going to walk you step by step through the entire process of uploading your first low content book to KDP, so that it can be published and listed on Amazon, all over the world.
In this video, I’ll show you how to create a simple low content book using Adobe InDesign and Illustrator; a book that you can sell on Amazon, as a way to promote your hobby related YouTube channel. For those of you who don’t have access to Adobe software, I’ll also show you where you can find and download free software to not only create your book’s interior, but the cover as well.
This video is the launch of a brand new segment on my channel, where I’ll be reviewing one of my favorite art related products of all time … Art Books. In this first installment, I’ll be reviewing what is in my opinion one of the greatest art of books of all time and one of the greatest animated movies of all time, the Art of Tangled. If you’re an artist that could use a little artistic inspiration, then this book is definitely for you.
This is going to be one of those posts where you’re going to have to watch the video to really get anything out of it. In this video I will show you which custom brushes I use inside of Adobe Illustrator, as well as how to create them for yourself. I’ll also go into the techniques that I personally use to draw and paint within this vector based program. Some of the techniques I’ll be showing you, you may already be familiar with. But I put a twist on some of these techniques that you may not have seen before, so this video is definitely worth checking out if you’re someone who draws in Adobe Illustrator regularly.
In this video I’m going to give you an example of what a typical process video would look like, so that you can create one for your own hobby related YouTube channel. I’ll also give you some insight as to what information to include and not to include in the narration of your video. This information was acquired by watching countless hours of process videos from some of the top artists on YouTube. So if you’re just launching your YouTube channel like I am, this video will definitely be worth 8 minutes of your time.
In this video I will go over in detail, the steps I’m going to take to monetize my part time hobby utilizing YouTube, Print on Demand and Affiliate Marketing. So if you’re someone who has a hobby and who could use some extra money, then you’re not going to want to miss this one.
My name is Craig Babin and welcome to my website. Okay let’s just jump right into this. I have two questions for you. The first one is … do you have an artistic hobby? And by hobby I mean something you love to do in your spare time and that you’re reasonably good at, but really can’t commit more than 1 or 2 hours per day to. My second question is … Could you use some extra money? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then this website is for you …