Speedpainting Timelapse

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Here is the timelapse video of  a speedpainting I posted recently.  I recorded this one to study it personnaly: I'm not really happy with the process (eg. the tweak of the proportion and the eyes at the end that shows my base drawing wasn't good enough). So that's why it wasn't supposed to be online at first but I was really encouraged by your comments. At the end, I'm happy to show it and do a bit activity on the Youtube channel. It will be soon on the Peertube instance managed by the team Touhoppai.

Funny detail: the video editing was done using only command line and ffmpeg, because I wanted to see if I can automate this type of video. For more credits and info, look at the last screen at the end of the video.

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David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com, .
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link touhoppai   - Reply

It is now on peertube too: https://peertube.touhoppai.moe/videos/watch/11c21a91-b55a-4ecb-8c36-165e4b52d63d

link Martin   - Reply

I love watching these timelapses, they're so mesmerizing. And the choice of music is spot on!

link Marcd   - Reply

Thanks! That was indeed cool to watch.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

hehe, thanks for asking me. Without your comment I probably would have kept the video rush of this one on my harddrive. (I'm still a bit ashame of the post-tweak for anatomy like fixing the crossed eyes at the end and the design of the jaw too deep in the skull in the first place; I had to cut mouth half way to reposition it; big drawing issues)

link Bundy   - Reply

Really nice and relaxing video, thanks so much for sharing!

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