I have been doing a lot of recording and editing lately for Let's Plays and Literal Torture videos and I came to two realizations:
1. I have no idea what I am doing.
2. It doesn't matter, because I'm having fun.
I have jumped headfirst into learning programs that I'm sure can take years to master, and people actually go to school to use, with the end goal of making a final product that looks and sounds worthwhile. This goes along with learning very basic usage of Photoshop to create the intro images and thumbnails for the episodes. I know that pretty much every YouTube personality out there has probably done the same and some have even become extremely successful with their craft, and I am finally coming to terms with how difficult it really is to make this sort of thing a reality. I love playing games, and sharing my experiences with people makes me very happy, so keeping the videos coming on YouTube is overall an enjoyable experience for me.
Before I start rambling more than I already have, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who has supported me in this new thing (especially the gorgeous Lady Crass) and I hope that people are enjoying the videos as much as I have enjoyed creating them.
Mark Boutet is more or less three quarters of the hosts of The Digital and Dice Podcast. He is most decidedly NOT a goat or a robot. He acquired his skin fair and square as all other humans do.