I feel that if I keep myself to a stricter schedule that it will do at least two things. First, that it will instill some more discipline in my video ethic. Second, it will keep me practicing; and that's super important! Creativity and skill are like two muscles that work together to form "talent". Without creativity you're left with a highly skilled "technician" or someone who uses "quotations" too much. Without skill, you've got a dreamer who wants things to happen really bad but can't make them happen. Like every one of us as kids, trying to move the pencil on our dresser using only the force. So like muscles, if you work them they grow stronger and if you neglect them they atrophy. Nobody is above practicing. If you respect the field you're in enough, then you know there's always room for improvement.
So these past few weeks I've finished my robot dog that everyone asked me to finish. That video is here: youtu.be/h54z-8sxa94
I put out a tutorial where I teach my 2 methods how to paint metal in photoshop. You can see that here: youtu.be/kgotf391bzk
I painted a fun little psyduck wrecking a stadium (it was for a friend): youtu.be/NH7O3TB0Alo
Had to get my sci-fi fix taken care of so I made a desert landscape with little robots: https://youtu.be/sHdcy86xL88
So I made those above and I'm still working on two more currently (if you're reading this in the future.... ;D Eh? Isn't that cool?).
Anyway, I'll see yall soon.