Thursday, October 14, 2010

My First You Tube Coloring Video

Hi ladies,

I am kind of excited and nervous at the same time.

I have taped myself coloring since my friends Sonja and Crissy asked me many times.

I felt awkward to speak during the coloring time cause i have a strong German accent, but i just noticed that my sweet hubby edited the video really nicely with all the numbers ect.

Well… he certainly deserves the special dish iam cooking him today. Met this week a Italian lady to make some apple pie at my friends house and she shared a Italian fish dish with me. So yesterday i went to the store and got those prawns.. i almost fainted… 2 pounds like she suggested to buy were 30 bucks.. :-) I will tell you tomorrow how it turned out. I am just not a good cook with fish but if anyone has a easy recipe with fish to share i would appreciate it.

omg, iam chatting like a bird today..

still working on the rest :-)

18 comments:

Lori said...

Claudia loved the video, but would have loved to hear your German accent as well. I'm sure the prawns will be delicious, good luck!

Margreet said...

Hi Claudia....so great to see your colouring....but such a pity that I only hear your sighing....LOL....should love to hear your voice....we eat tonight prawns with omelette....yummie yummie
xxx Margreet

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MarieL said...

Thanks for the tutorial Claudia but what happened to the "scherman" accent???? We all wanted to hear it. Ich muss wohl die Crissy fragen, ob es wirklich so "schlimm" ist wie Du sagst...lololol.

Claudia Rosa ~ Pretty Pressings said...

omg.. you guys crack me up
yes i was like once.. meeen that marker is getting empty
hahaha
Marie... omg.. dont talk with Crissy!!!!!!!!
hahahaha

Jacilynn said...

love it. Thanks Claudia, I've been an admire of your coloring for a long time. And I agree. I'd love to hear your voice. :)

angelique (anlou) said...

what an great coloring hun
i can only hear you put the lid on the marker, LOL
any way it's an lovely film
hugs angelique

Yvon (jioya) said...

Thanks for the video,i always love seeing your cards and love the way they look.

Hugs Yvon.

Anonymous said...

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John Karver
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Nikki said...

LOL you talk too much

Christina C. said...

Wo ist die Stimme?????????????

Linda Palmer said...

Great video Claudia. Your coloring is always awesome.

Kylie said...

Fantastic video Claudia :) Beautiful colouring. I would have loved to hear your sweet voice too, hehehe. I hope your Hubby enjoyed his yummy dinner!
Big hugs
Kylie

melody said...

thanks so much for putting the video together! your coloring is amazing!

Bribrie said...

Dommage que tu aies choisis de ne pas parler, car il aurait été intéressant de connaitre les couleurs au fur et à mesure que tu les utilises. snifff

Gale said...

Really nice video - it was interesting to see that you work from light to dark when my other favorite copic person goes from dark to light. I need to try your method as it seems more natural to me as that is how you would color with water colors etc.
You video came out great - please do another but if you are not going to speak then show us the top of the copic before you use each one so we know what color you are coloring with . . . super job!

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Wonderful tutorial hun - it would have been fun to hear you speak - I love your accent!
Big Hugs
Carole x

Anonymous said...

Love your coloring and would like to hear you speak, but I am commenting to provide an easy fish recipe:

Two shallow dishes--in one mix chopped onion and milk (can use dried minced onion) and in the other mix purchased bread crumbs and lots of dried basil. Let milk absorb onion flavor a few minutes.

Dip fish filets into milk, then into bread crumbs. Place in a single layer on greased baking sheet. Drizzle with melted margarine.

Bake at high temp (I forget but at least 400 deg F) for about 15 min. Watch--don't overdo it.

The basil flavor makes it palatable to even people who don't like fish.