The creators of “Posthuman,” a feature length indie teenage superhero film that is currently in production, have turned to the Internet to raise money to make the project happen. “Posthuman is a pretty cool project”—DC comics writer Sterling Gates wrote the screenplay, Marvel comics artist Javier Saltares is drawing a prequel comic book. But instead of going the popular route of using a crowdfunding platform like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, they’re doing it on their own. I had the opportunity to speak with director Kyle Roberts to find out how they’re making it happen.
I had the chance to talk to two video creators—Jeremiah Warren and Kyle Roberts—who are using YouTube as a means of gaining exposure and attracting new clients. They shared their personal stories and offered up some tips for freelancers looking to grow their client base on YouTube.
With stop motion practically taking over the Internet, a lot of creative people are being inspired to try this technique out for themselves. But where do you start? We had the opportunity to talk to YouTube partner, filmmaker and stop motion expert Kyle Roberts for some insight, tips and examples.
After 8 months of hard work and over 5,000 photos, YouTuber Kyle Roberts has just released ‘Battle Of The Bonds’, an epic YouTube stop motion starring a whole slew of action figures, and the voices of some of YouTube’s biggest celebs.
Kyle Roberts is one of the rising stars of the online video world, a YouTube partner with 3,000 subscribers and over 1 million views on his YouTube channel. Most known for his music videos shot entirely on the iPhone and Nokia N8, as well as his stop motion animation, Kyle has been putting videos online since back in 2006. I had the opportunity to ask Kyle a few questions about how he got into online video, his experience with becoming a YouTube Partner, making a living off online video and, finally, what advice he would offer someone looking to get into the online video word. Read on to find out what he had to say.