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  • script first.

  • The first thing I tell Ethan when he's starting to activity about how we make a video is that I always tell people The first thing I tell people when I tell people how I make a video is that I start script first.

  • And so that time, starting this video about his video about making his video about making a video.

  • But you need something to write about.

  • I mean, a lot of people ask me how I make my videos or suggest making a video about how I make my videos, and that's been a potential video on the list of videos that are just not conceptually there yet for a long time.

  • But when I'm not looking, these rejected video ideas get together and have a party and pair up in unexpected ways like it was suggested.

  • I make a video about how we make a video, and it was suggested that I let someone else make a video about how we make a video.

  • But that was boring to me until we loop them together into a recursive mess.

  • And then I write a script, and then I probably spent a long time doing research and figuring out how to explain stuff.

  • And once I think my script is perfect, I go in and eliminate, hold precious paragraphs and restructure sentences to make its distinct.

  • And I read through imagining what I might film.

  • And if I can draw the point of a sentence, I don't actually need to say the sentence if I draw the same thing, I'm saying that's like super emphasis.

  • It's a way of slowing down without actually slowing down.

  • So now I'm going to stop filming about how a script and start scripting about how I film.

  • I mean, except that I haven't actually filmed that yet.

  • I'm just writing the script about I'm going to stop scripting about how a script.

  • So here's a question.

  • What am I doing right now in my scripting?

  • Or am I narrating because recording the narration happened almost last after I filmed before I edit?

  • I haven't gotten there yet.

  • I mean, now I have that you're hearing it, obviously, but not yet, of course, because I'm still writing the script that I'll be reading.

  • I mean, I'm writing this in present tense, but I'm never going to be my present self ever again until right now.

  • Okay, anyway, here's where I might want to go and do some research on the nature of time in the self and then come back and edit or continue or write my script to make it all deep and stuff.

  • But my present self just doesn't have the time.

  • So let's get the filming or rather scripting about filming.

  • Basically, I look at my script and draw stuff that goes with the words.

  • I may edit my script slightly to reflect certain ideas that come out through my doodling and drawing like all this stuff going on right now is why, added this phrase, but usually no major changes.

  • Often I think of something and then have to scramble to figure out How do I get the people or a pineapple?

  • And this can delay filming by a couple days.

  • Except since I am super impatient, I probably just make do with whatever I confined quickly, which can be super amusing.

  • One say I'm looking for an example of a logarithmic spiral and accidentally end up with a live snail that shows up on my sidewalk, and then later I'll record myself reading the script as fast as possible.

  • All that's left is to speed on my film to fit the narration.

  • I mean, I don't just beat it up.

  • You see me reading at a long sentence, but really, I'm just taking the ends of each line, taking out the part where my hand is covering stuff up.

  • Once I show drawing something once your brain knows how it's done so I can cut the repetitious footage out and keep the parts that show what you don't know yet where I'm going to draw the thing until you understand that I'm drawing all over the place, and then it can cut quickly through that part, too, and you're bringing those how to fill in the gaps.

  • Then again, for coloring from slow to fast, I take out positives to make it feel continuous, even though it's really not.

  • I keep just enough of the turning the page footage to show you that I'm turning a page.

  • I keep in little bits that let you know I'm doing interviewing a different part of the notebook, and if I do these things sometimes I don't need to do them all the time because it's implicit and your brain gets exactly enough information, and this is called flow or something.

  • I am an anti illusionist.

  • I trick your brain into seeing what was there all along.

  • But enough of theory.

  • Let's take a look at what filming is actually like.

  • We'll start by going back to the beginning.

  • A lot of my stuff involves repetitions, drawing or writing, and you might be curious about all that time and effort it takes to write the same thing like a zillion times, well, zooming out.

  • You can see how, at this point I switch out with my boring drawing stuff Intern who writes most of the words for me by editing carefully, the brain creates continuity across the gap where my hand is replaced by my interns.

  • I bet the first time through you didn't even notice.

  • At the end of the page, we switch back because you can't trust interns with things like turning the page again.

  • With a little editing, the transition is smooth.

  • While the interns are dealing with the boring stuff, I go into hair and makeup to make sure my precious hands are looking perfect.

  • Then it's back to another tiring round of having to do stuff when sharp implements are involved, we again do a subtle shift to a stunt double.

  • Not that I'm afraid to do my own stunts, but my agent thinks we should leave it to professionals and not risk getting in nick on these precious hands.

  • And, of course, when it comes to the real drawing, which I cannot dress to anyone but myself, I have interns to help with Sharpie control props and otherwise taking care of my every need.

  • Sometimes I actually do need people to help me with the video, as in, for example, this one.

  • In order to capture that footage about how you captured footage, I had to send a note out to my coworkers.

  • Me like, Hey, need some extras?

  • Come on by right now and in order to capture that footage about how he captured that footage about how we capture footage, eyes back to just plain old drawing in my notebook with a camera on a tripod.

  • Except for that footage, I had to have Ethan capture the footage of me capturing the footage about filming about footage about filming footage, lost camp and to film that footage I had to film, even filming me, filming him, filming me, filming filming.

  • And then there was this other guy.

  • And, uh, anyway, look, I made a video.

  • I mean, I'm going to have made a video by the time you see this video, which is now Hello?

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