Several hours went into making this video. Unfortunately, the majority was trying to fix technical issues. I am not a video editor, nor do I play one on TV. I am currently putting together a "making of" video to explain how I make the puppets and props. It's pretty simple of course, but I had several requests to make a "how to" video. From the book, "Go Home Santa, You're Drunk" by Justin Robert Young....
Oh, and by the way, there are hidden messages and personal references.
Don't even bother watching this one. After losing tons of video just 3 days before the release of this album, it's what I threw together. It's a collection of 3 tracks that are on the Billboard number 1 comedy album, Night Attack Live recorded at Nerdtacular and Dragon Con by Justin Robert Young and Brian Brushwood.
This track was not part of the Night Attack 2 album, but instead was released to promote the sale of the album just before it's release on April 20, 2013. To this day, I have a hard time being intimate with a guy without expecting to hear him whisper in my nose: "Tortuuuugaa."
Most of the comments I get from people about the NA2 videos I made is usually Captain Morgan. My personal favorite is the Animal Fairy, probably because of the bright colors and all of the excess props I searched all around town to find and the time and effort I went into building a front yard and kitchen. (BTW: There is a strange group of women and men who peruse the crafting stores early in the daytime. Just thought you should know). I enjoyed building the animal fairy, his wings, his glass eye, "tattered coat," and broken teeth. Oh, and by the way, you can still by this album on iTunes and Amazon. The first Billboard number one comedy album from Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young.
This is the first puppet video I created just as a joke after hearing Brian Brushwood and Justin Robert Young record a track on Brian's Justin.tv page right before SXSW. I didn't expect people to enjoy it, and the real point of it was to enjoy myself while creating something funny. They are crude sock puppets, my audio, lighting, and focus are not great at times but who cares, I enjoyed making them.