Monday, September 2, 2013

Screen Capture Time Lapse Videos

I have for you today two time lapse screen capture videos that I recently put together. I needed to do a lengthy screen capture of myself working for a project and I figured a couple small tests would be in order. If I had know taking screen captures of myself working was so easy I would have done this long ago. For these tests I picked two alien portraits that were in need of inking and worked them up with some digital ink. Eventually, these two pieces will get some color, maybe I will record that as well at a later date. For now I have these two videos to share...

Digital Inking Time Lapse Test #1
© 2013 Christopher Burdett 

Digital Inking Time Lapse Test #2 
© 2013 Christopher Burdett 

It has only taken me over a year to make another time lapse video of myself working. Hopefully now that I know how easy it is to record myself working digitally there will be more of these. Still trying to figure out how best to record myself while drawing traditionally... one of these days I will get it right...

That is all for another exciting Monday, see you back here tomorrow for a very special extra blog monster... and some big news! Until then...

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4 comments:

  1. That's an interesting ink brush. Is it set to randomize the line width?

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    1. Width is set to pen pressure on the stylus.

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  2. What program did you use to do the screen capture?

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    1. I am on a Mac and use the current version of Quicktime. There is a built in function to capture your screen. I then sped it up in iMovie.

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