Above there is my really fancy set up for a little experimental time-lapse film making using my i-phone. I fashioned a little hammock for it to hover over my sketch book while I put together a sample Ginger drawing. Just to see how it would work. It did work, kind of, and the results are below. I will change how the filming is done in my next try so the imagery is bigger.
I work best when I’m working so I’ll get back to it. But for now, hello from those of us curled up in the studio for the day. How ever did it get to be 2 in the afternoon already? I should go grab a lunch bit… in this drawing, Ginger’s cheeks look like she might have already stashed something away for later herself!
This upcoming Saturday, November 7, I am thrilled to have a few bits and bobs for sale in this delightful event. We always have a lovely time enjoying each other’s work throughout the afternoon and sharing it with those who come to shop. Michelle Blades, of Bird In The Attic Studio and one of the hosts for the day, has called this day ‘Pinterest in person.’ And she’s right!
All of my recent ‘tinies’ paintings will be available for sale (in tiny little frames!) as well as a whole heap of ‘tinies’ greeting card sets. I’ll also have some sketchbooks laying around to peruse if you might have questions about next summer’s Taos trip. Let me know if you plan to stop by! I’d love to see you there.