Thursday, August 18, 2011

My first painting video!

Whahhhhhhhh, I just uploaded my first painting video! It is a little funny because it ends abruptly. My video camera died. There are also parts skipped because, guess what, my camera died. It must have 99 lives. ha! Go easy on me gang. I think it is pretty slick for a first crack if I say so myself.





Oh, I also got some really crazy videos of a severe thunder storm we drove home in tonight. Will post that later.

xo!

20 comments:

Suzi said...

Oh my giddy goose!!!! Wow! Roberta this video is fantastic hon. Layer upon layer I am in such admiration. Whata talent you have. Can't wait to see part 2.
Hugs
Suzi x

Good Kardma by Jules said...

That was mesmerizing! There for a while I wasn't sure what was going to come of it but then it slowly took shape - art takes courage and patience some times. I'm in awe of your talent and wish I had the courage to sit down with a blank canvas and a bunch of paint. Can't wait for part 2 and to see how the painting turned out!

cgl1539 said...

Wow, I am so glad you did a video, you are so amazingly talented!

Mandy said...

OMG Bertie this is amazing! Half way through you did have me thinking "what the hell has she done that for spoiling it like that with the drips" lol. You are one talented girlie :)
hugs Mandy xx

Photocat said...

Love to watch this. Great! A true painter at work. Amazing it is that people can create with brush strokes. Thanks for sharing this movie.

Cindy said...

This was awesome to see your process, and the music was a wonderful touch. Thank you!

*Alison* said...

wow.. just beautiful.. I can't wait to see more from you.. you must be so proud to have made such an amazing piece.. :) that song was beautiful too.. :) you are so talented.. congrats on your first movie.. I am dying to see what you create next.. HUGS

Superfan said...

Awesome PF... it's wonderful to see your creative process in action! Thanks for the video, looking forward to part 2.

Mary S said...

This is fantastic! LOVE the video - very good idea and fun to watch your progression! Thanks for stopping by my blog!!

Mary Kay Lyons said...

I loved that first video! What an awesome painter you are. It was like watching a ballet... The blending and the water Awe Awesome work! Thanks so much for sharing.

I'm at Awe... :)

Sussie said...

Thanks for sharing! I enjoyed seeing your working process.
Great painting!

I´m working on an African woman too, but she is made with aquarelle pencils.

Have a nice weekend!

Kimberly said...

WOW!! AMAZING, beautiful. I had no idea how you were going to get a picture out of the first half of the video but wow....it turned out fantastic...love love it. I wish i could be only 1/4 as talented as you...you rock. tfs

Tonya Klar said...

OH WOW!!! I cannot WAIT to see it all finished. I love watching the process. I was also wondering what you were doing to it!!! HAHAHA! I love seeing how you mind is working!!!

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Jacquie Williamson said...

Roberta, this video is amazing. Thanks so much for sharing. Can't wait to see part two.

Scrappin' Abz said...

WOW absolutely amazing Roberta! It starts off like a big ol' mess and then all of a sudden this masterpiece comes of it. Unreal! I wanna see more!!!

That Girl Designs said...

This was great. I want to make a video. Been thinking about it, but not sure how to go about it. What software did you use to edit it?

Cole said...

Whoa girl! This is BEYOND AWESOME! What an amazing creation! I agree with Scrappin' Abz ! LOL This was unbelievable! Loved the music too...perfect touch and love how it was in fwd mode....Kudos to you darlin' ! xox

Roberta Laliberte said...

I used Windows live movie maker to do the video, easy peasy!

Shannah said...

WHAT??? You can't leave me hanging like this! I need closure! LOL!! ;) That was so beautiful... mesmerizing... spellbinding... Thank you so much for sharing that with us. Your process is amazing, and the music had me in a whole 'nother dreamy place! Thank you! (...But I reeeeally want to see the rest!)
Hugs, Shannah xox