The Joy of Learning Curves

Learning something new can bring frustrations but it can also bring a lot of joy. I love learning new things. Right now I'm in a learning curve of beginning to do video instruction for my Izannah Walker Workshop Class. It is one thing to put a doll pattern out there in a 2D way, and it is a whole new world to try to show the making of the doll. I bought some software yesterday which will hopefully help me to be able to edit the clips. Here is one that I made - and believe me I see (and hear) all the problems. I have black countertops (not my choice!) which sucks the light out of the room. You can hear my oldest guy with autism clapping in the background and the sound of the heater and maybe the dog. It's a learning curve, and will be a fun one to learn how to edit and add better lighting, etc. And I know I will get better at it!

1 comment:

Christine Crocker said...

This was wonderful to watch! I learned so much just in that little bit of time.

I love that it's in your kitchen,too.

I can see and hear just how much you love the Izannah dollies.

You're doing extraordinary work.
I'm very happy and proud for you!


"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden