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I Remember, 2014, Process Gif

January 11, 2016

So I’m trying to make sure I update my website more often and add things to the blog here, things that I think my visitors will find interesting. I know I like seeing both timelapse videos and process images. Often times I make process images (or process gifs) so you can see how things were moved along, but I don’t very often post them. I’m trying to rectify this!
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New Video: Timelapse “Remembering”

December 2, 2015

Often times I don’t get to share outside of social media, but I like to document my works sometimes by recording my process as it happens. Once it’s done, I can then “fast forward” or “timelapse” the process. In the video below, you will see an 80 times timelapse. This means the 4:14 minute video of the drawing actually took me roughly around 5.33 hours to complete. Here is the final work, for your reference:
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New Video: Timelapse “December”

May 2, 2015

Here’s an interesting piece I was working on. It was more of a “speedpaint” than a timelapse, as I didn’t intend to put much time into the actual work. I had a specific idea in mind and specific style I wanted to try out, and I had sketched out a quick thought before I brought it in to photoshop. I thought to myself — I haven’t recorded myself drawing in a while, why don’t I do that? So I created a timelapse to share on social media.
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New Video: Timelapse “Untitled”

February 25, 2015

Here’s an interesting timelapse video. More often than not, I sketch out my works before heading into photoshop to work on them. I’ll sketch them in a sketchbook or on a scrap piece of paper, then scan them in, then modify, work under, or work over the sketch. In this video, I actually made the sketch and composition digitally. You can see my thought process as I start to narrow down my sketch and crop it into just a portrait.
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