One of my biggest hobbies is film-making. I've been doing this since I was 11 or so. And to me there's nothing more fun than thinking up an idea with a friend or two, and being able to see an idea come to life visually through film. My friends and I come up with the ideas, we all act, and I edit (Sometimes my bud Tony will edit, cause I get too tired/busy to work on our films.)
Our next idea revolves around an old western theme, with showdowns and all the stuff you'd see in some old western film. Biggest problem is the budget... And lack of camera. We're currently in the process of finding props and a camera. A lot of my money (Which isn't much) is going into this film, so of course I want this thing to be as awesome as possible. But for now our film is on a brief hiatus. I really hope this break doesn't last long. Hell I wrote an 11 page script for this thing. And that's a big deal cause we never script our stuff. We usually just film on impulse.
I've been trying to become a Youtube partner. It's more difficult than I thought. I feel like a lot of people would enjoy my films, or at least a certain group of people, i'm not trying to become some internet sensation. I have a tendency to... dislike those who are famous on Youtube. If you're a close friend of mine you know what I mean. I could rage about that stupid Fred kid for eons.
I guess I get all pissy because I see people online who have great talent, but they're barely recognized. But I guess people don't go on Youtube to see talent. They want to see crackheads doing backflips off roofs and people getting kicked in the balls. Speaking of crackheads...
Crap. I guess I just contradicted myself. This is what I like watching online.