sketch video!


video

This is kind of a test. But I have never uploaded a video to the net.....behind the times or what!? I used my high tech Cybershot and took it into Premiere.....but it turned out kind of crummy. Any recommendations on how to up the quality, or a quality player?

I also put up a pic of the nude and other drawings from that session. Hope it's no too lame..haha.

cheers,
-francis

**also I did an interview over Christmas time that was just put up. Disclaimer..some of the info is a little dated..

13 comments:

Patrick Osborne said...

love the blog!

upload onto vimeo.com, great quality player and service. And don't compress the video too much out of premiere. just small enough that vimeo doesnt stop you from uploading.. 200 mb's or so I think

Annika said...

lol that was cool Francis, thanks for sharing! The figure drawings look fantastic - really beautiful confident lines. It was great to see you the other week (if only for 5 min)!

Adam Tamte Volker said...

I saw the drawings before the video, and I thought they were done in ink. haha! Cool stuff, as usual dude.

-Tamte

Dustin dArnault said...

Nice bro. Beautiful drawings man try vimeo.

http://www.vimeo.com/

Alejandro Gonzalez said...

Yeah Vimeo is nice. Nice drawings!

fox said...

that was great. i liked that each stroke seemed to go through 4 or 5 strokes in your head before actually making the line.

Adam Paquette said...

a lot of ghosting before you dropped the lines! not something i was expecting. Interesting. You attacked each mark like a skilfull samurai! Maybe I should get into the habit of 'licking' the air, not the paper :D

cool!

camilografico said...

hey, massssssssssssster!!!!

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Theodore Taylor said...

Great sketches. Nice video. :)

Saint Splattergut said...

this is such a great idea. so interesting to see how you do your stuff!

Francis Vallejo said...

thanks for the kind words guys! Yeah Vimeo seems to be money. Next time I'll get on there!

but this was interesting for me too. I've never really "watched" myself draw. You know I just do it. But now that I'm aware of it, I do make a lot of swipes at the air before I commit to a mark. Interesting. Anyone eles do this?

Marcelo Vignali said...

Thanks for the posting.