Videos

Projection Mapping Animates Digital Makeup In Real Time

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Using a combination of motion tracking and projection mapping to create amazing digital makeup animated onto a moving model.

3D Dragon Illusion

Another video by Brusspup, this time he takes the work of Jerry Andrus to demonstrate another optical illusion. The concept in this dragon illusion is straight forward, simply reverse the dragon head so that when you change the viewing angle the head appears to turn. You can print out the dragon here.

Drawing Strawberries using MyPaint for Nokia N900

Watch this digital painting take shape as Luovatone battles with the MyPaint application on the tiny Nokia N900 smartphone keyboard and screen using the stylus pen.

Sand Drawing by Kseniya Simonova

Kseniya Simonova is a Ukrainian artist who recently won Ukraine's version of "America's Got Talent". She uses a giant light box, dramatic music, imagination and "sand painting" skills to interpret Germany's invasion and occupation of Ukraine during WWII.

If you have any more creative and inspirational videos you like to share I am happy to post them.

Nokia 6220: Navigation Commercial

Great ad produced by the agency Wieden+Kennedy London for the new Nokia 6220 handset. The advert depicts a big map drawn by the public helped by the Nokia phone application "Maps". Do you think they actually did a drawing that big?

Speed Sketching

Speed sketching is known as a time-lapse video featuring the construction of a drawing by an artist taking you behind the scenes of an illustration. It is primarily a non-digital art form whereby the sketch is hand-drawn on paper and rendered using a sequence of photographic images.

Here is a collection of some fantastic video sketches.

Sketching Jack Sparrow by Karl Andrews

Sketch of the famous character Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from The Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Speed Paintings

Speed Painting is known as a time-lapse video featuring the construction of an image by an artist taking you behind the scenes of an illustration. It is primarily a digital art form whereby the image is hand-drawn and rendered using a tablet and graphics editor such as Photoshop or Painter. Artists may use their imagination or take direct inspiration from a live scene or recreate an image depicted in a photograph. Whilst the artist works on the illustration, their actions on the computer screen are automatically captured and compiled into a real-time video. This recording is then accelerated, thus giving the term Speed Painting.

Here is a collection of incredible speed paintings showing you the process behind some of the most breath taking paintings on the web.

Speed Painting the Mona Lisa by Jason Baalman

Using MS Paint. Illustration took 2 hours 30 mins according to the artist.