Posts Tagged ‘time lapse’

Time Lapse Tuesday: Hand Painted Slingshot And One Mini Canvas

I can’t possibly be the first person to think of “Time Lapse Tuesday”, but something tells me it’s not anything that’s really going to catch on. However, that did not stop me from making this video last week. Per usual, I forgot to post about it here and had to wait a full week just for it to be “Tuesday” again. Anyway, enough blabbering. Check out the video!

I hope you enjoyed that. Trust me, I am trying to figure out a way to make art videos a little more exciting and I’m totally stumped. If you have any suggestions hit me up. Anyway…

I painted a bunch of slingshots back in May, which you might have seen on Instagram, but I am pretty sure posting them here was another forgotten task. Until now!

I pretty much gave myself a headache coming up with clever names like, “Billy The Bearded Bombarder”, “Torpedo Tim”, and “Freddie Fling”, which will surely bring joy to all who love the pleasure only a slingshot can provide.

If you’d like one of these hand painted beauties please check them out in my shop. They are $30 each and right now there are still 4 available.

And, our dear “Julien” is patiently awaiting to be adopted by a caring, but charmingly dysfunctional, family. If that sounds like you then click here.

That’s it for now. As always, thanks for reading!

– Jeff

The Blockhead Owl Time Lapse

A few nights ago I started this “blockhead owl” painting and thought, “Let’s record this shit!” So, I did. I’ve painted a lot of these blockhead owls, but this is the biggest one to date.

If the video below isn’t working for some reason try this link: youtu.be/HfTFVaSUuJ8

The Stump Painting Adventure Continues

You would think that painting on a broken tree out in the country wouldn’t bother anybody. Guess again. I had seen this tree in a ditch for a couple of months. One day I finally painted it and within a week it was removed.

I’m tempted to call this one “Sloth”. Goonies.


This is my most recent stump, but now that I think about it this could very well be the first one that sparked the idea in me to start painting on stumps. It happens to be on the roof of my house just outside our bedroom window.

Here’s a short time lapse of the roof stump. I’ve made two time lapse videos of painting these and both times I forgot to film the first step, which is painting the background color. Next time I’ll try to remember to record the whole process. Also, I’ve really been trying to beef up my YouTube Channel, so please check out the other videos after you watch this one.

Enjoy!
– Jeff

A Quick Little Time Lapse Painting A Face

Experimenting with the Go Pro today and just made a little time lapse painting one of many faces on this big piece of wood.

If I get a little more ambitious I might make more of these and longer. Let’s be real here, a 10 second clip isn’t all that exciting. Although, I do hope you enjoyed each and every one of those seconds.

See ya!
– Jeff

New Painting Complete With Time Lapse Movie

This past week I’ve become obsessed with stop motion and time lapse movies thanks to the awesome Frameograph app. I decided that rather than bore you with short clips of hot wheels spinning out on my studio floor I would make something a little more in depth.

Here’s the completed painting in all its stop motion glory.

The Director
“The Director”
8″ x 8″ – mixed media on wood
$180, plus shipping
Available to purchase online at:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/110746148/original-the-director.

Thanks for looking!
– Jeff

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