Check out Clemens P. Suter’s video channel on Youtube #hotmovies #bonanza #gallore

With an #UNBEATABLE 3 million hits for my top video, this YouTube Channel has to be COOL: Clemens P. Suter Video Channel

With 250,000 videos uploaded per day, more than a thousand years required to view all videos, more than 100 million videos watched daily, and more than 300 million users accounts, YouTube continues to amaze. It is among the most popular sites in the world and the second most popular search engine after Google. Compared to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr (all channels that I also use), YouTube is still a complex channel to reach your readers and audience. Using it for marketing is worth the efforts, but the effort is higher.

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Which types of videos are the most popular on YouTube?

I did some quick research and can confirm the following: videos that are most often visited tackle these hot topics: cuddly cats on somebody’s belly, bitpull terriers smooshing with babies, road rage, hair extension, nail art, fake news, more cuddly cats, fail compilations, parodies, cooking, funny animals, people walking against doors, people unpacking products, product reviews, gaming experiences, thunderstorms, pranks, cuddly cats in little baskets, pranking, vlogs, extraterrestrials, musicians that nobody has heard of, family outings, people driving combines, people driving combines in video games, single criminals being arrested by dozens of heavily armed and overweight policemen, more road rage. And pitbull terriers cuddling with small cats on somebody’s belly that walks against a door as a result of a horrible prank.

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„Mountains“ (oil, sand, pigments – on canvas, 30 x 30 cm). A Buddhism-inspired #Mountainscape.

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Several years ago, I started, inspired by Buddhist art, to paint landscapes. Especially mountainscapes, I should emphasize: I saw a few paintings by an Indian artist in a documentary and liked the bright colors and tranquility of the depicted  scenes. I add a personal touch, in that I use very rich oil colors for the mountains, yet sand and pigments for the sky. Some of the paintings (not this one) you could theoretically view upside down as well. Concerning the process: creating the sky may take quite long, as the layers of paint and sand need to dry in between and the structure had to be „just right“… yet painting the mountains may take only an hour or so. If the mountains do not look good, I scrape off the oil paint completely, discard it and start again.

The frame of this painting is wood with black pigment (don’t touch the frame: you will get black hands :-)

Click on the tag „painting“ below for more of my work.

Delphin (oil, sand on canvas, 20 x 40 cm)

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This small painting dates back to pre-2000, I particularly like the way the depth of the sea is depicted through the use of sand of different colors. I have used very thick layers of blue oil paint for the body of the delphin.

Great movie: “Deutschstunde” – just out.

I didn’t read the original novel by Siegfried Lenz (1968), so the story was completely new to me. A wartime movie, with a village policeman (initially) forced to prohibit his friend from painting; common practice in Nazi Germany. But the story has many levels: it addresses the conflict of a father/son relationship (with the painter competing for that role); the battle between good and evil (how can any painting be bad for society?); the decline into fanaticism and sticking to the party rules; how do we deal with populism in our own age; how can it be that hardened war criminals simply return and continue as before…?
The backdrop of the German coast, with constant rain torturing the characters, complements a very intriguing story that forces the viewer to continue to watch.

You can find the movie here in IMDb.

You can find all my favorite movies here on IMDb.

 

 

Bird (oil, paper, sand on canvas, 120 x 100 cm)

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This painting I created in 1992 – it currently hangs on the wall of our bathroom, so we look at it each day. It was on loan for a few years to a very special friend, I have never sold it though: this bird, as it glides over a wintry landscape, is very dear to me and hard to part from. IMG_1599