I am exhibiting with some very experienced artists who know their way round a publicity campaign and I’m playing catch-up here with a use of PowerPoint I never could have imagined a few years ago! These are just some of the paintings I’ll be taking and because almost all of them have embedded AR (augmented … Continue reading Steyning Arts art trail – not long to go!
This is the venue: This is how to find it: And these are the pictures. All but one has an embedded video you can access using the Artivive app which is free from iOS or Android. ‘Beach’ 2021. Price £45.00. ‘Backstage’ 2021. Price £250.00. ‘Advent’ 2021. Price £230.00. Payable to Friends of Upper Beeding Primary … Continue reading Steyning Arts art trail 2022 – art at the Hub!
A couple of quick saves here. Chroma inks, chroma pens, chroma coffee? For some reason, the videos show as unavailable so I’ve included direct links which seem to work. Cool Ways to use Green Screen Cool Ways to use Green Screen Vol 2 Green Screen Lyric Video So here’s the result of an afternoon watching … Continue reading Filmora green screen tutorials
Originally posted on Exploring Media:
https://youtu.be/pg0imG14_KQ Original video made using Blink cameras, greenscreen layer and editing in Filmora Pro. Green screen made using bright yellow green acrylic on sketchbook cartridge paper. Banana image is a cut out from a magazine. Two triumphs in one – my very first home-made greenscreen stop motion video featuring that… Continue reading Fruit flies like a banana …
Film makers do it regularly but this week everyone’s been doing it, thanks to Matthew Highton sharing his pre-greened clip of Boris (Johnson, who else?) looking lost at a meeting. I’ve never used green screen and I had no idea where to start but a quick search of YouTube, relating in particular to Filmora Pro … Continue reading Green screen
Not sure if I’ll succeed but I’m aiming to have everything I show at the forthcoming Steyning Arts art trail fully Artivive-enabled. That means making videos for each of the pieces of work – pertinent ones that add something to the original – setting the videos up alongside their target image on the Artivive bridge, … Continue reading On a mission!
We’re on the starting blocks and I’ve heard that I’ll be showing at The Hub in Church Lane, Upper Beeding this year. It’s a new venue for us but I know it quite well, having lurked there with a sketchbook and pencil in my very early days of re-becoming an artist. To say they’re friendly … Continue reading Steyning Arts Trail 2022
I’ve mentioned the Artivive app before – it’s an app that calls up video hosted on their site and linked to a specific image. For now, it’s mostly used in galleries where lighting and connectivity are generally good. I used it for my contribution to our lane’s Advent Window fundraiser (for the local school) whereby … Continue reading Artivive in the wild!
I’ve been obsessing somewhat with facial features on the grounds that I absolutely can’t graduate this course without being able to render a decent eye or ear, or particularly a nose which never seems to fit the face properly when I’ve done it. But now my second Level 2 (HE5) module has landed and there’s … Continue reading Noses begone!
This year, for the first time, our lane is doing Advent windows to raise money for extras for our local school. The way it works is that each of us – or as many as possible – in the lane ‘unveils’ a decorated window right up to December 24th and they all stay on till … Continue reading Village lane advent windows
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