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THE ULTIMATE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO LIVE STREAMING YOUR ART

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THE ULTIMATE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO LIVE STREAMING YOUR ART



The artist sets up two webcams: one pointed at her face, one pointed down at her desk where she has prepared a piece of cold-press watercolor paper taped to the table, an attractive ceramic pot with water for cleaning her brush, and a tray of watercolor paint. She turns on a lamp on the corner of the desk, another lamp in the corner of the room, and a small lamp clipped to the back of her laptop. She trains this one directly onto the table, the other two lights are pointed at varying angles. She adjusts the position of the lights until the shadows on the desk gradually disappear. She checks her reflection in the webcam, and then hits the button on the screen. She’s live! She begins to paint over the light pencil outline on the paper, and next to a small eye in the corner of the screen indicating how many people are viewing her stream, the number slowly begins to rise. As the numbers increase, and some chill music plays in the background, she begins softly chatting about her work and welcoming her viewers. As viewers begin typing in the chat box on the side of the screen, she murmurs a few phrases in German in response to a German viewer. Her demeanor is humble and friendly, her art is beautiful, and her viewer count continues to increase.To get more news about 39bet-xì dách-phỏm miền bắc-tiến lên miền bắc-xóc đĩa-game bắn cá, you can visit official website.
Streaming is the preferred form of entertainment for thousands of gamers and other enthusiasts, and the industry is growing rapidly. In fact, according to, 80% of consumers would rather watch a live stream from a brand rather than read a blog (source: live stream) The art industry is no exception, and in fact the medium may apply even more so to art lovers, who are going to be very visual by nature. Streaming is a great way to build a rabid audience. Depending on the angle of your business, art streams can attract other artists looking to learn from you (great if you sell courses on Skillshare etc) or fans and collectors who love to watch you work. Likely the most successful streamers have a healthy mix of both kinds of viewer.

What is streaming, and why in the world is it such an enormous (and growing) medium? I have to admit that before I spent some time researching art streamers and watching their feeds, I was more likely to look down my nose at the notion of sitting idly watching somebody else do something in real time. But the more I watched, the more I understood the appeal. For one, watching artists who are experts at their craft is mesmerizing, relaxing, and extremely educational. But anyone can go watch old Bob Ross reruns if all they want to see is an excellent artist creating excellent work. What is different about watching it live?

A huge, and I would even argue primary, appeal of live streaming is the community aspect. In one live art stream I watched, there were over 2,000 live viewers, but only about 10 logged in Twitch members who were engaging in the chat.These members showed up on the stream as little avatars (known as “emotes” on Twitch) moving about the bottom of the screen. Occasionally they would input commands like !jump or !hug and interact with one another and with the streamer’s avatar. They would ask questions or make comments in the chat, and the artist would answer them in real time as she worked, calling out the viewers’ names and engaging with them in a warm manner that made it seem like they were friends. She spoke with a German accent in a soft ASMR-quality voice, and her appearance had about it a sort of casual and effortless glamor with dark brows and red lips. I could have sat in silence and simply watched her shade the hair of the woman in her drawing and banter with her viewers for hours. In the age of the gig economy, the side hustle, and the third and second job, when Millenials are hitting their 30s and have entered that phase of life where it’s nearly impossible to make real social plans, the ability to simply sit down at the computer and have instant fun, casual social interaction in real time centered around a shared interest is extremely appealing.
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