I've always maintained that the neighbor's rooftop obstructing my view of the ocean was most inconsiderate, so when Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were asleep, I rightfully set their mansion on fire. Their dog, Brownie was an unfourtunate casualty.
ChaneleyWelly's The Dark is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard, and I've always wanted to do a silhouette-based animation (and my son has been playing "Limbo"), so here is this. I cut the second verse for the sake of time, I'm sorry Chanele! Hopefully the song still works without it?
Thank you to everyone whose RECords are used in this - it has been a privilege to REmix your art, seeing every line and detail up close. You all amaze me...
And Jamie (babylove), what can I say? Thank you for the endless technical chats, the advice, the tutorials and for pulling me out of those weeeeeeds. Now about that dinner...
Technical peoples: do you know how to get rid of those weird edges in the moon beams/lights? Maybe a higher color depth? I only used 8 bpc...would 16 help at all?
I'm not sure if this is cheery or not.
Thank you Irma's lovely hair for inspiration.
And epocadofim for keeping rainbows on my mind.
(ink + wacom)
going through your records I noticed what a versatile hitRECorder you are. And also how very very pretty you are (really! not just saying! if i was a guy i would fall hopelessly in love with you!). There's so many gorgeous pictures of you and I had a hard time picking one to work with. Constellations immediately grabbed my attention though, and since it's christmas time and there's stars everywhere ...
So I wish you happy holidays and lots of inspiration for the new year! Have fun and keep doing what you're doing :-)
(if you like, i'll send you the original black and white sketch)
I made this for a project I'm working on. I'd been planning on using E's stars, but then thought I wanted something more traditional media-esque.
Anyway it seemed like the sort of all purpose texture people might find useful?