Paulo Fernandes is an entrepreneur from Brazil that took our Grumo animation course to promote his startup Aprenda Marketing. Here is Paulo’s demo video entirely done by himself.
Paulo shares how was the process of creating his first demo video:
How long did it take to put together?
I spent around 2 weeks to produce the video.
Most of time I spent animating the vídeos.
How did you record the voice over?
I used the microphone on my Ipod Touch
It is the small microphone that is with the headset.
It´s like these hearphones http://www.maclife.
I also used a blanket to cover the sounds, the way it was taught in the course.
What was the hardest part?
The hardest part was the animation.
This part is not that difficult, but I spent much time animating my video.
There are so many details that you have to spend much time to animate the video.
But after I was finished, I could see the result of my effort
What was the simplest part?
For me, the simplest part was write the script.
I’m a little creative, so it was full of ideas in my head and this part was very easy.
Where did you find the music?
I searched for music on Jamendo, a website that has a lot of musics with a Creative Commons license.
How did the Grumo course help you?
The course helped me to structure and animate the video.
And after this video, I will create a series of videos with marketing tips using the same idea of animations from Grumo Videos.
How did you find about Grumo?
The first time I heard about Grumo was on AppSumo.
Some days after I watched the Miguel´s Master Class on Mixergy, and after watch I decided to buy this awesome course.
What other places online have helped you learn to put together this demo video?
A website called Drawspace helped me to improve my drawing skills.
They offer a free drawing course.
Thanks Paulo for sharing your experience!
To learn how to produce your own demo video HERE!
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