Progress on a new piece. #starwars
Always love seeing my art on display by happy owners. #goonies #blurry #80s
A quick tribute to Richard Attenborough. Here he is at Kris Kringle from Miracle on 34th Street. This will likely go up on eBay tomorrow. #richardattenborough #christmas #kriskringle #santa
A fun little work in progress. #richardattenborough #kriskringle #santaclaus
FYI, my Robin Williams charity auction ends in a little over an hour! http://www.ebay.com/itm/171427956235 #robinwilliams
Here it is! I’m really happy with this piece, and it’s now up on eBay as a charity auction, with proceeds going to Robin Williams’ favorite Charity, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Check it out: http://bit.ly/1mlBpi1 #robinwilliams #hook #charity #stjude
The studio did not use this beautiful Drew Struzan poster for Pans Labyrinth because it “looked too much like art.” Head = explode. #drewstruzan
Lookie what I got today! Already read the whole thing. I could stare at (study) this art for hours. #drewstruzan
Added some black colored pencil. #robinwilliams #hook #wip
I’ve been asked what I’m using to record my videos and how I’m setting up my camera to capture the art. For now, I’m just recording video on my iPhone 5s. But I’m looking into options, including possibly a DSLR.
For the setup, I bought this rolling work light at Lowes. It’s just like a flexible lamp you might have on your drafting table, but it’s attached to a stand on wheels. This way, I can easily move it around and I can bump the table without it affecting the picture.
I just removed the round magnifying glass and place my iphone on top, shooting through the hole. My phone has a rubberized case, so it doesn’t slide around. An added benefit is if you use a very low wattage bulb, turning the light on helps provide even lighting and eliminate some shadows.
Eventually, I may cut a round piece of wood to place in the hole, with an opening cut for the iphone’s camera. It’s kinda ghetto right now, but it seems to work :) #artcast #howto #diy