Lip Service returns with a new video, with Jenn Lantrip from the Small Press Expo at Kankakee (Spe@k). Lip Service enters a new season with a new touches to an already great show
Lip Service will be airing new episodes on #Youtube and #Stitcher within the next few weeks. # Lip_Service recorded three interviews over the weekend. The shows aired live on #Googlehangoutsonair you can watch them here:
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Kiss Me Comix will be at T-C-S Con, November 8th, 2014 Orland Civic Center 14750 Ravinia, Orland Park, IL. from 10:00am to 4:00pm. KMC will be on hand to help readers fill in holes in their collections of Serenade, Bountyhunter, Excessive Force. Also, wall art of your favorite KMC character, stop by to get the latest on what KMC is up to. Don’t forget to stop by to get your stuff autographed.
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Got Adobe Premiere Pro 3 working, finally! Now putting together the video Version of Lip Service, the codec seem to work fine as i was able to make the intro and play it without any hassle, the logo for the show doesn’t come in too well, bit I think I can fix that. The video interview actually came in way large, but I figured out to handle that.
Now for the review, so what I’m going to do is record the review, not sure where, then splice in the pictures wrap it up in and reference, the podcast, and see what happens.
Now what I need to do is round up enough, people who do comics, and if I can luck out and get a few big names like Mack, Wrightson, Simone, maybe I can gain an audience, most of the folks I’ve previously interviewed are busy, or maybe the show sucked that bad. Not sure what to think.
The main reasons why I wanted to get pro working is this:
- With us still moving forward with animation/movie production, this would help greatly in the editing and post editing stages.
- Making previews for our work will come easier and now we can really make some dynamic promos.
- Thanks to Barbara finding #Stitcher, we can flip our old podcasts to youtube and cross promoted, with prow i can make some clips to move while all the talking goes on got the idea from listening to a show Barbara listens to “online ghost stories”
This is not a fad thing here, this can and will be a key piece in the puzzle to possibly help get us out there a bit more and maybe an audience. The other thing that needs to be done, on this I (ROD) take full blame better use of the resources that we have. Got Serenade converted for a I-pad and Android and only 1 issue so far is on there after months. Can’t do that. The reason for that is petty, looking at the numbers seemed like no one was download the app in the Google play, so got discouraged and let it lie.
It is hard to keep pushing when you yell at the top of your lungs, and no one seems to be listening, then you see everyone else all around you getting it all with out saying or doing one thing. instant deflate.
Too bad they don’t have inspiration in a pill, I think I’d be the first in line