It wasn't hard to upload at all. But when you watch the video, you're seeing my very first experience with Windows Movie Maker. Learning to how to edit clips, and add titles, and everything else, was very time consuming. I imagine that learning enough about video shooting and editing to make a "good" video, will take even longer.
John, I use a couple of king arthur tools, one of which was that little chainsaw disk, and i have another one for the angle grinder that's twice the size. I really do want a power carver, but i'm going to have to wait till I sell some more pieces (after i buy insulation, roofing, wall covering, etc for the new shop addition i just built, hence, why my shop is in complete disarray, i have to rebuild the whole dang place!
My next tool purchases will be a set of Kutzall carbide burrs. I use the small dremel ones and those things have unbelievable control! They don't catch, or dig in, or anything....or run off with you and leave a gouge across the side of your piece, like some of the small fluted bits could do if you weren't careful.
John, i now envy not only your sanding equip, but your carving tools too. But, i have learned to work with what i have, i guess. Though I do hope to expand my tooling in the future.