I am very close to having my video production workflow down-pat. ::cheers, confetti::
Practice doesn't "make" perfect, in my opinion. Practice is, itself, a perfect thing. You can't ever get in too much art practice - or video production practice.
And, because I have spring on the brain, I made you a truly un-intimidating art video - with birds as the subject matter. All you need is a charcoal stick (or willow stick), a water soluble graphite pencil, pastels in shades of ochre, white or cream, and blue (or any colors you prefer)...and maybe an oil pastel or two.
In this video, I show you just one of many techniques I use to create backgrounds that are richly layered and interesting. Since I limited myself, for this video, to mostly pastels and willow stick (or charcoal) and a 20 minute time limit, this is quite simple to do.
Are you hearing the beginnings of spring, where you live? Around here, there is already much more birdsong in the early mornings...
PS. I began this video wearing latex gloves. But since I have the tiny paws of a kindergarten child, I can't ever find gloves that fit. At some point, I ditched them. (I know I'll be asked...just answering ahead of time...)