Scary Dinosaur Vlogs

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I wanted to try something new.  Something that would hold your interest.  Something that would breathe new life into my blog postings about my tiles.  Something you might enjoy watching.  Something that would be a big change from those still step by step pictures I usually show.

I decided to film a vlog.  I’ll have to admit to you however, I have a long way to go in becoming a experienced vlogger.   Just like everything, I’ll get better at it the more I practice but, until that time, please bear with me and my bad directing, narrating, production quality and of course my inability to edit.   I still hope you find it (them) slightly entertaining and get a better feel for my painting process.

If I haven’t scared you off yet, maybe this dinosaur tile will:  This is the end product.

Feel free to watch each separate video or skip around and just watch the ones that catch your eye. I’ll never know. LOL  I just hope you watch some of these videos and then let me know your thoughts.  No harm done if you give me constructive criticism.  It’s the way I will grow and improve so no worries if you need to go there.  Honest!  Plus, you can’t be any worse then I am with myself (all in good fun).

Whoops! Somethings are better left unsaid!

Are you bored yet?  Plates? I’m seriously showing more paper plates?

Finally we’re getting to the “meat” of this dinosaur…

You’ll  have to excuse the appearance of the top of my head in this next video.  As I always do, I take off my glasses to see better as I paint.  It’s an age thing!  Then, without thinking about the camera, I accidentally bend over my tile to see my work better and luckily for you, this is what happened…

I’m giving away all my secrets but if you need to turn off the volume to better get through these videos, feel free.  I understand. LOL

We’re getting close, don’t worry. This is almost over 🙂

Sorry that this is all being filmed upside down.  I’ll work on that for future vlogs. I promise.

And…you’ve made it through. Last one, but it’s a long one.  Thanks for being so patient with me. You deserve a gold star!

I sincerely appreciate your coming to visit me here at my blog and I hope you enjoyed this posting as much as I enjoyed bringing it to you!!!  Please take a moment to say hello in the comment area.  I’d love to know you’re out there 🙂



  1. I love *watching* you in action and seeing your talents come to life. For some reason I can't hear the vlogs, went to YouTube site and the same thing there. I'm sure it's my system so I'll check it out later as I really want to hear what you are saying. Love the tile, it is awesome and going to be a fav amongst all the dino lovers for sure!

  2. Thank you for your comments Paula. Luckily for you, the volume issue might be a blessing in this case. LOL. However, it may not only be on your end. If anyone else is having an issue with the sound, I'd appreciate your letting me know. I can hear it on my end but if you can't, maybe I can do something to fix it. Thanks 🙂

  3. That's awesome! I love dinosaurs!

  4. Hi, Renee! Watched these from my phone, but had to wait till I was at a pc to comment. LOVE watching people create their art—it gets me every time because I'm so enamored with the creative process! (There's a folk-art type painter down in Arkansas who does great art vlogs…I'll have to get you her URL.) But back to your dinosaur vlog…

    I had no problem with sound or anything & I think you did an amazing job. I loved hearing your thought process…and didn't think you sounded "goofy" at all 🙂 My only suggestion would be to included more video glimpses in one, longer video: Instead of sharing a bunch of short videos, combine them into 1 or 2 at most. This can be easily created with any, inexpensive, movie making software, perhaps something that even came preloaded on your computer.

    Other than that, keep going… I have done a handful of vlog posts myself and found that as you go along, you'll start to notice for yourself the things you're doing "right" and the things you'd like to change or improve. It all becomes self-evident in time. But you're onto something good here—vlogging your art process will help people appreciate what you do even more!

  5. Sandie, thank you SO much for your valuable comments. I definitely will take your advice as I move forward into the vlogging world. I really, really, REALLY appreciate your taking the time to leave a comment. Also, I'd love that link you were talking about. I enjoy watching people creating their art too 🙂

  6. Ming-Cheau, Thank you so much and for also letting me know you're out there and enjoying my blog. I work hard at making something I hope others enjoy. I'm so pleased you do! Thank you again!!!

  7. So cute. You are one talented lady!

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