Archive for the ‘Time Lapse’ Category

My brother and sister-in-law asked me to doodle a butterfly on their daughter’s wall. What a cool request! (Thank you, bro.) This is a time lapse video of the process, including my Sharpie fail. I think maybe you might need matte finish paint instead of semi-matte or whatever the non-glossy one is that’s still shiny. (haha I’m so technical.)

I’m also going to take a moment to say that Microsoft ruined my life (again) when they changed Movie Maker. It was so easy to drop a few clips in, change transitions, add a title. Done. Not anymore. I fumbled through the new/old version of Movie Maker, nearly threw my computer through the bay window, gave up, and switched back to Adobe Premiere, which is WAY overkill for this kind of video. Plus I haven’t used it in about five years so there was the re-learning.

To make a short story endless, I managed. Please forgive all of my amateur video issues. ^________^

 

 

2018-06-17 JJsButterfly doodle art by Heidi Denney

Sleepovers are cool. But for some reason, once you’re a grown-up, it’s just called “staying with a friend.”

Well, I’m not having it. Because I don’t feel like being a grown-up today.

I drew this during a weekend sleepover with a cool friend (who nearly lost her cats to our ferocious beast.)

I’m stepping away from my norm here (just for a moment, I promise) and sharing a slightly different kind of art I’ve been exploring. I’ve enjoyed pencil sketches since high school but watercolors are new for me. The video is a combination of real time and time lapse. I hope you enjoy it!

Here’s the pencil drawing before watercolors were applied.

diabolic pencil drawing by Heidi Denney

And the final painting.

diabolic watercolor painting by Heidi Denney

Tell me all the arts you enjoy. Let’s be art friends. ^____^

I call this one “Visitors” because I had house guests when I created it, but also because the end product reminded me a bit of a giant beanstalk with some sort of alien growth. ~____^

Visitors doodle art by Heidi Denney

 

The video is a combination of time lapse and real time. At the beginning of each new section, watch in real time to get a feel for the movement. Then enjoy the remainder in time lapse.

 

Do you love visitors as much as I do?!?! The more, the merrier.

 


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The girls wanted to get in on the time-lapse video deal so I made these videos of them. Show them some love!

Kalam is 10 years old, loves to sing, draw and perform. I particularly like the freckles and the bold red background.

 

Sylaris is also 10 years old, loves to drum, draw and dance hip hop. I love the little “me” label and the fact that she penciled it our before finalizing in Sharpie.

Hello everyone! I just want to thank you all for sharing the love. I’ve been inundated with new followers here and on my Youtube channel. I just can’t thank you enough for your support.

I’ve been quite distracted by my new job lately (the best job ever!) so I haven’t had a plethora of direction when it comes to doodling. If there’s anything you would like to see – a tutorial for anything in particular, more videos, more prompts – let me know! Thank you!

A quick little ditty.

I recently discovered a few older time-lapse videos that you should see soon. This one, however, was made just the other day. Easy peasy doodle. Enjoy!