I seem to be on some kind of painting frenzy for the past week. I’ve been having a lot of fun making time lapse videos of my own work. It’s very interesting to see your own work kind of “appear” out of nothing in 10 minutes! 😛
My latest one is a relatively weak attempt at painting Aya Hirano of Haruhi fame. Overall, I wasn’t satisfied with this one, and actually got pretty frustrated. Probably because it’s the first time I’ve tried to paint an asian girl. That and the fact that I lost a bit of work in the beginning due to an encoding error during the capture added to the frustration. Overall this took 80 minutes plus whatever minutes at the beginning. Still, after all that frustration subsided, I enjoyed making the time lapse, and adding the music to it. Enjoy!
In addition to the speed painting of Aya Hirano, I had done two other speed painting works, which I might as well share here:
A speed painting of my friend wearing a pair of Grado RS-2 headphones. It took approximately 50 minutes to paint this from beginning to end, sped up 8x
A speed painting of a forelorn man done in photoshop Speed painting is over a period of 50 minutes or so.
Overall, a pleasant experience, and it’s helped me look at my own art in a different way and practice my skills at the same time!