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Stop-Action Film Artist Lance The Cat

I came across the work of this stop-action artist on Youtube and really liked his work. As such, I figured I’d share it with my readers. This kid has a lot of talent and unless you work with this type of stuff yourself you probably don’t have any idea how much work goes into even the shortest video material.

Here’s one of my favorites and a link to his channel.

 

The Soap Art of Thomas Blanchard

If you don’t know Thomas Blancard yet, you’ll want to after seeing this incredible piece of video. He’s a talented film director that has even had his work featured in a commercial for the latest iPhone!

What happens when you mix paint, oil and liquid soap? This video shows the wonderfully stunning result.

Jessica Haas, the First Female Speed Painter in the US

If you have’t heard of this young lady, you really need to discover her talent. This video will show you just what she does:

VR conetent without downloading apps

Have you caught the bug for the whole VR content craze that has been sweeping the world of tech? If so, you might think you can only get your fix via downloading apps to your mobile devices. In fact, that is not the case. You can get some cool VR and even some 360 degree stuff from many of the top video-sharing sites online and for free.

Here are a few to try using the search terms “VR 360” –

Youtube

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Dailymotion

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Liveleak

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Lose your cell phone photos? No reason to panic.

If you don’t use a cloud backup or for some other reason lose or delete your photos by mistake, you might be tempted to panic a bit. After all, these are you art, your memory and whatever else.

Some of you might think you can not recover these while others will think that the only way to do so will either included extensive skills or pricey software.

The best things is, it won’t cost you a dime and you don’t have to be some sort of technical wizard.

Check out the DiskDigger tool for Android and iPhone.

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“Untitled Copper (no.2)” by Charles E. McNeal

A while ago I happened to come across this video and thought it may be something interesting to share. Any occasion in which people can see art being made while it happens is really cool. Agree?

Amazing Film Tribute to Vincent Van Gogh Like nothing You’ve Ever Seen

For pretty much any fan of the arts, Vincent Van Gogh is a legend and an inspiration. So it is not surprising at all that people would create a film about his work and person. What is surprising is just how a group of creatives are doing it. Each frame in the film is actually a painting.

For those of you who paint, there’s still looking for artists to complete the project.

 

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