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.
Continue reading Wing and Nebula Timelapse Videos
a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather.
As a creative person (an artist, I suppose) you can find inspiration in a lot of things. Sometimes a word or a short phrase of a jingle of a song can construct a whole world or a story in your head. Most creative people know this, but I know some people who are not so intensely embroiled in the creative field usually don’t realize this. There are even people out there who can’t conceivably visualize things in their head, which is personally strange to me. As a creative person, I can envision how something should look — the feel of it, the colors, the palette, where things should be sharp or soft, the message I want to convey. The real frustration comes when you’ve got your idea, and you just can’t articulate it in the way you want to.
Continue reading Petrichor, 2017, In Progress Pics
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.
Continue reading New Video: Timelapse “December”