Topic: Let's talk about the evolution of a YouTube channel
Most if not all of us here are brickfilmers. We make LEGO animations and generally all upload them to YouTube. As such, we tend to not upload but every month or even longer, depending on the quality and length of said video. But sometimes, there are times when you don't want to make a brickfilm, that a live action or other animated film would be better to tell the story, make the joke, or do whatever you want.
So what is one to do? What if one decides that brickfilms are good every once in a while, but that more consistent content would be better to take on as an extra hobby? What if the person wants to make live action videos along with brickfilms? Should the person make a new YouTube channel in order to not alienate the audience? Should one just upload the content to the channel anyway, because it's a personal channel and anything that goes on it is created by the person running the channel? Do you get annoyed when channels switch content types? What if they switch to some other animated content type instead of live action, with the occasional brickfilm? Would that be the same as switching to a live action content type with brickfilms between? Can and should a person try to evolve a Youtube channel, or just start fresh? What about the custom URL and its correlation with other social media? These are all things to take into account.
This is an interesting thought that I had the other day, and I thought I'd express it on here. So let's have a discussion here. What are your feelings on this?