Wednesday, April 3, 2013

A Video Tutorial--TRIAL

Hi, friends!  So, I've made my first video tutorial.  If you've got time, will you please watch it and let me know what you think?  It's about the basics of Bubble Wrap Stamping!

Some warnings:

*It gets loud.  For some reason the audio is a bit loud and shaky.  I'd turn down your computer's volume.

*It's a bit blurry at times.  It's my first one, so I hope you'll cut me some slack!

*I don't know what I'm doing.  ANY constructive criticism will be welcome!  And please remember, I'm using my phone to record and so I'm limited to what I can and cannot do.

Thanks, you guys and gals!  HUGS and happy stamping!!!


15 comments:

Ruth M said...

Hi Mynnette, wow, look at you doing video tutorials now! I know whatever you showcase will be fab! I'm totally clueless so I have no tips or help to offer but knowing you I have no doubt you'll work out any issues and be a superstar in no time! : )

I wasn't just excited to see the technique I was excited to hear your voice - and what a lovely voice it is too!

Looking forward to more Mynn Made Movies soon! {{{hugs}}} Ruth x

Jackie Rockwell said...

You did a great job on your first video Mynnette! I could hear and see everything really well. I agree the bubble wrap does create an AMAZING texture! Beautiful cards!!!

jackid said...

Hi Mynnette apart from the sound it seems fine to me you give a lot of detail info and explain things well so well done the only problem was as you know the sound for me can't wait to see some more
Jacki xx

Brenda said...

What a fun technique and your cards are soooooo gorgeous! Thanks for the tutorial. I can't offer any suggestions, I've never created a video before.

Katy said...

That was awesome! I am totally going to start using the bubble wrap on my cards! I have used them in mixed media projects but I hadn't thought about inking them up. I thought the video was good. The louder may be from because of how you are facing when you are talking. It seemed when you were using the bubble wrap it was low and then when you were showing the cards and near the phone the volume went up. I could be totally wrong too. :) Maybe there is an inexpensive video edit software that can fix such things. But I saw good for you for making a video!

Becky said...

What great projects. Great video too, except for the volume :)

Nonni said...

Great video and love the technique! All the cards you showed in the end were really beautiful.

Kylie said...

Holy cow, well done Mynnette!! I must say that I am so happy to have a voice to your face!! You have a beautiful voice which is perfect for tutorials. I've wanted to do a video tutorial myself but am way too scared so, well done! You rocked! I've often wondered how people do the tutorials with the camera above their work and for the life of me, I cannot seem to work it out.

Very well done, my friend!

stampinganja said...

Great video! What a fun technique! Can't wait to see what other tutorials you are gonna show us. Thanks for sharing, Anja

Rocky said...

Well done Mynnette!! That was really good, I'll be trying that technique too. I was thinking like Katy, maybe it's your proximity to the microphone and the natural changes in your voice that make it flip out a bit. Maybe a small piece of foam over the mic might help to soften the changes a little. It's so good to put a voice to the face and a nice easy listening voice makes watching tutorials a pleasure. Looking forward to the next one!

clare said...

well done! x

Lisa said...

Great job (insert applause here!) on your first video Mynnette! I know you'll get the small kinks worked out and have many more fabulous projects to share ;)

sandie said...

FAB AND FAB!!! I tried this a while a go when I saw a few of your cards using this and it was so not working for me. So this was a welcome surprise and I have to say the video seemed perfect to me, it didn't get louder. Please do some more!!
Oh and by the way your nails are gorgeous!!

Nancy Y said...

Awesome video Mynnette!!! Love this technique and all those gorgeous cards you made with it! Can't wait to see more!
Nancy xx :D

Louise van Vuren said...

You sounded different to how I expected but still very professional! I think you are really amazing to even attempt to do this and you did it so well! When I did bubble wrap stamping I wrapped a piece around an acrylic block, but I see from your tutorial that I don't even need to do that. Can't wait for your next one!

Louise xx