Some time ago we had a task of creating a charcoal-based short animation. I’ve created an “aubergine family” video—and I quite enjoyed it. It took me a few hours from start to finish, using a simple sheet of paper taped to the wall, a camera taking shots after each adjustment, and a willow charcoal. Once I’ve photographed all the stills, I’ve imported them into the Photoshop and created a slideshow.
After re-taking the photographs in RAW file mode due to the small size of the original files (the largest jpeg wasn’t big enough for an A1 print), and some tweaking, I’ve finally got the prints done in Metworks.
When I started working on the last Local Universe brief, I got some books out on street photography, as it directly related to what I was doing: