I find it hilarious that fit when I think that I need some time off, a good idea sets in my mind. After seeing my last creation - 57 years - get some traction, I really want to work on the next series. It’s going to have a bit of cryptozoology in it…not something I have touched yet.
For the second time this week, I found myself in a bulldozed, sandy lot; it was littered with shards of cement and garbage, but I found myself on my hands and knees. After thirty minutes of pressing my face to the dirt with camera in-hand, I had captured the shot that I wanted. As I stood up, the cement shards stuck to my skin, but it wasn’t until they fell to the ground that the soreness set in. At least I didn’t cut myself on all that garbage.
No sooner had I gotten my gear onto my back and started walking back to my moped did a fully loaded semi roll through where I was shooting. Dust filled the air, and I was thankful that I didn’t spend any more time on that photo…
Making a stop-motion tonight for my final presentation for photography class. First time doing an animation for myself in a LONG time.
After working with a local filmmaker by making a stop-motion animation, I really want to start doing behind the scenes videos. Well done work, from the beginning to the final shooting and perhaps the reception of work.
I shall call it “Chem Tales” – the behind the scenes work at Clay Alchemist. There’s so much that people are missing if they only see a time lapse and final product…
Before I went on vacation I planned on sculpting 12 new characters; unfortunately, my guinea pig got really sick. Basically the entire vacation has been oriented around being available to give her the medicine and a lot of love. I have a soft spot for little creatures, and I hate to see her in pain. Thankfully, she finally appears to be doing better.
While I will not have 12 new characters, the sculptures I made were thoroughly satisfying. I can’t wait to meet new people in college; without a doubt, they will affect what I sculpt.
Hope you’ve enjoyed the sculptures from 2012. 2013 is going to be a terrific year :)
It’s official, the D7000 is in the shop for the next month or so. I hope the tech guys don’t just ship it back like as if nothing was wrong with it.
Anyways, using the D90 has been startlingly good. It’s funny because I’m tellin’ you, the D90 is sharper…and I’m always using a tripod, so it shouldn’t matter. So, if you notice a difference in the colors or the quality, it’s because I am using a different camera. Meh, D90’s are plenty good enough for what I’m doing.