Category: Timelapse

Leucism, In Progress Pics and Timelapse, 2018

April 2, 2018

This new work I made rather quickly. I had seen a few gorgeous pictures of some albino folks online. I often look at the albino color palette of skin, given my character Azra (and his counterpart Falco) are both leucistic, meaning they suffer from partial loss of pigmentation, mostly in their skin. Anyway, I like drawing bugs a lot, and I often see a flutter of bright white moths around my front porch light, so I got to thinking about the contrast of white on white and then black.

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Wing and Nebula Timelapse Videos

March 19, 2018

I noticed the other day that it had been a little bit of time since I had updated my YouTube channel with any new videos. It’s not like I have an expansive YouTube channel or a ton of videos, but I do like to make a video from time to time, usually timelapse recordings, so I can show my process to those who might be interested in seeing it or learning about it (or even learning from it; I personally like to watch other artist’s timelapse videos as well).

To remedy this, you can probably imagine what I did.

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Windswept, 2017, In Progress & Timelapse Video

June 26, 2017

Those of you who know me know I’m inspired a lot by music and lyrics. Many of my works are visualized with specific lyrics or song feelings in mind. For instance, I recently made “It’s Only” with relation to ODESZA’s song “It’s Only”, “184, Let’s Burn it Down” with relation to Coheed & Cambria’s “Vic the Butcher”, “Our Names in Lights” with relation to Two Friends’ “Our Names in Lights”, “Parting” with relation to Mitis’ “Parting”, just to name a few.
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New Video: Timelapse, Untitled Quick Sketch

May 12, 2016

Untitled Azra Quick Sketch

This isn’t exactly a polished or completed work by any means. I set out originally to do a true “speedpaint” (when you draw a picture as quickly as you can) out of a sketch I had that I liked a lot. Unfortunately I took a little longer (about 3 hours) than I intended, but I like how it came out. I also filmed myself paintingĀ it!
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