Well, ask and ye shall receive… sort of.
I promised on Sunday I would dig up an old video montage I had made back in 1993 of me doing several caricature samples in time-lapse format for my caricature locations. The father of one of my caricature artists did video editing work, and put together this demo video for me. We used it as a looping display at my booths in the Mall of America and at Underground Atlanta, and in between each “sample” there was text telling people how long they took, etc. This video is ancient… to give you an idea it was originally on a VHS tape using a repeat-play VCR as DVD was still too new and expensive back in ’93!
I found the DVD yesterday and proceeded to edit it to single sample videos. The time lapse brings each drawing down to about 2 to 3 minutes, actual drawing time is about 10 to 12 minutes. By the way, he did the music so don’t ask. I know… it’s weird.
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that these drawings are over 18 years old (they were samples long before I redrew them for this video). I had only been drawing caricatures for about 5-6 years. Not exactly my idea of work I am proud of today, but it is what it is. There are several others so I will upload them now and then.
139 Just added dates for Atlanta and London, spots still available in Dallas and Toronto! https://www.tomrichmond.com/product-category/workshops/
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