Well, gang, I finally have Watercolor Demo No.2 ready for your viewing pleasure. It was filmed last fall, on my iPhone 4s, using Filmic Pro, and edited in iMovie on my iPad Air, over the past couple of days. And nights.
I know one thing. The more I watch it, the more inspired I become to once again get some watercolor flowing. I hope it will have the same effect on some of you!
If you don’t paint, but enjoy looking at or collecting watercolors, I hope you will find this glimpse into the making of a watercolor interesting and informative.
So, here goes…
It’s really not all that difficult to put together a demo like this. I had to relearn the editing part and learn how to find and add music to the sound track. That slowed me down, of course, but the real problems were caused by the mess I’ve made by not properly organizing and storing my images. I really do need to work out a better system.
I’m not sure why the image above is so blurry. I suspect it’s because Youtube just picks a frame at random from inside the movie, and they happened to catch one that was in the process of dissolving into another. I just now ran the video on YouTube, and it’s working just fine there, so I hope it’s working for everyone here. If it gives you problems, go to YouTube and search for Farnsworth Watercolor. I hope you like it.