I have some work coming out soon in a chapbook and I was asked by the editor to show some of my work in process in video footage. I no longer had almost any images from the stages of the work I had submitted to them. But I had a few images from the process of a more recent work: we build with what we can. I thought I could do a little slide show video for here to show some of the stages. This is the piece that will be exhibited in Italy this year (hopefully—with all the uncertainty the virus has brought us).
We build with what we can was done entirely on my iPad with the exception of the original photo I took with my iPhone quite a while ago (I keep nearly all my photos as possibilities to use in mobile art). The apps I used for this are: Snapseed, DistressedFx, Stackables (a wonderful textures app that you can unfortunately no longer get in the App Store—at least not in the States), MetaBrush, iColorama, Glaze, Reflect, and Image Blender.
This so cool!
Thanks so much, Jeff! It was a lot of fun to make!
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