Hi everyone and welcome to my new HskyArt site. It has been a tough year, but I am back! How are you doing? I hope you are doing great. I though I would start off by going back to the start. I’ve taped many home movies before, but these were the first one’s that focused on my art and theme parks for YouTube. It has been so many years since I started making videos. My first YouTube video I ever uploaded was “Hillside Hsky” on June 29, 2008. It was originally recorded in 2005. The video is 13 years old. It was a poem I had written many years before that. My boyfriend (now husband) wrote the music for it. Very artistic and film-like feeling.
During the years 2010-2011, my husband was making feature movies with his friend. They both created a horror movie called “Storyteller of Terror.” There were over a dozen actors and I was also in the movie as the assistant of a radio station. My husband kept telling me that I should learn to edit videos on the computer. He was editing the entire 90 minute movie, adding special FX, 3D animation and composed the music score. So began my video editing adventures. He showed me a few techniques then It was up to me to struggle and learn it. So began my theme park videos. Here I am in the horror movie in 2010, uploaded on January 18, 2011.
My first Disneyland video was actually a collage of photographs from me at the park. That was on October 12, 2013. I was learning how to edit videos at the time and was only making photo videos. It was hard at first but I really started learning a lot. I uploaded many photo-videos of the theme parks.
Then, I finally uploaded my first theme park video. It is titled “V#1 HSKY Spongebob Squarepants teaches you how to Dance @ Universal Studio 2014 HD” on March 4, 2014. I applied effects I learned from making the collage videos. I will admit, it took me a while to learn how to use the video camera. Many of my early videos shake and it took me a while to understand how my arm and eyes needed to coordinate.
As the years advanced, things got better. I’ll go over some more of these history notes in a future post. I continue to keep making videos and appreciate all of your support. I am doing many other professional projects that one day I hope to share. Stay connected.