Clouds and Notifications

Hey YouTube, If its Broke Why Not Fix It!

The YouTube Notification Bell (next to the subscribe bar) is, when clicked, supposed to give you a notification for every video that particular YouTube channel releases. SUPPOSED TO! If you haven’t clicked the one on my channel and you want notice of all my videos you should go ahead and click it and it may work for you. We all want more notifications on our devices don’t we? (wait don’t answer that) Problem is it’s not always working according to several reports. As a result I also post every video on my Facebook Page. Those get posted about a week later, but if you’re on Facebook much it’s another way to see and be notified of new videos. My Patrons on Patreon also get a posting there with notification of every video and get to see each video 24 hours before everyone else. If you’re interested in supporting my channel on a monthly basis for as little as $1 a month you can CLICK HERE and sign up. That said I will be adding yet one more way to see and be notified of a video release and that will be right here on this blog. You can subscribe to this blog as many of you have done and you’ll get a post notification when it’s released. The videos posted here may be posted some days later but at least you won’t miss them, hopefully.

Clouds and More Clouds

To kick things off, here is my latest episode on creating simple and easy clouds, PLUS, it’s part of a new playlist on clouds incase you haven’t seen all 6. The 6th one in this playlist is actually a landscape and a review of Stonehenge Aqua paper, but I spend a little time demonstrating a stormy spring sky. Enjoy, and we’ll talk to everyone in the next post.

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5 thoughts on “Clouds and Notifications

  1. Thanks! I love the cloud tutorials. I had so much fun painting along. I’m a beginner and it helps me let go and let the watercolor do what it will do. That’s when something really pretty happens. Or the hot mess goes in the trash. Either way I’ve learned something.

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