I always wanted to do put out some videos of me painting and/or drawing because I find videos of artists working fascinating.
This is my first one and I’m unfortunately lacking in any sort of video editing software that would allow me to speed up the video, so this guy is a full 35 mins.
As I progress, I will try to compress and shorten them.
So, if you guys didn’t know, I too am an artist.
And since I like finding and watching videos of artists so much, why not tr y and make some myself.
My art blog can be found [HERE].
[UPDATE] - New, shorter speed version (unfortunately, quality did suffer): http://youtu.be/mQYeVtAzGsc
How to animate a run with TVPaint in 16 minutes!
Same deal, 100 likes/reblogs and I’ll do one about jumping/falling/landing.
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Comic 268 - on Home Bases - Ian McConvile
Before Penny Arcade, I was actually very into Machall. College life, an artist and an insane group of friends/associates? Yes, please.
Well, the artist and the writer grew up and so did their comic. Their new series is Three Panel Soul. Between the two, it is much more mature, but still has it moments of hilarity. It’s about growing up and growing older and the situations life deals us after school. Successful or not.
A little while back I was contacted by the awesome folks over at Soul Pancake to do one of their Art Attack videos! It was such an amazing experience, and definitely a challenge to come up with a painting out of thin air in about four hours. It’s funny, inevitably there are things about this particular painting that I would have changed had I had time to step back from the process of painting it, but I sort of like having this time-capsule of what my initial thought-process is like. It’s certainly enlightening, and I think has helped me to fix some bad painting habits I had developed. Just goes to show you, sometimes you need to see your work through the prism of another medium, in this case, video!
The Soul Pancake crew were wonderful, and I want to give a shout-out to Jacob Menache, Ethan Coco, Gary Haroldson, and the director, Bayan Joonam - you guys ROCK! Also, many thanks to Anabella Casanova for contacting me about this opportunity.
I also did a short interview about what I do, my process, and my thoughts on art and adventure, which can be viewed here!