Making videos has been a passion of mine since the first time I learned how to edit a video way back in the 1990's. Currently I strive to create at least one video per week and upload it to Youtube. With the hope that it will entertain and inspire all who watch.
If you are pressed for time, this 90 second "viral" version of how to make a Deadpool pin shows how to use repurposed copper pipe and powdered glass (also known as Jewelry Enamel for metal.) See the tools and materials I use and learn how to create one for yourself in the full version HERE or Recent Blog Post
Making videos about making something is a blast. Check out this playlist to see how to make something. Heck you might learn something new.
Do you have an interest in drawing. Maybe you want to see some comparison videos. Digital verses Traditional? Check out this playlist below.
Want to see what's happening here at Artismia. Check out this playlist of vlog style videos. People say they are entertaining. Let me know what you think.
This fish won't swim, it just sinks to the bottom. But hopefully this video will rise to the top. Watch as I use a variety of tools to carve a fish from a big rock. (Stone Carving) 4.5 hours of video distilled to 10 minutes.
Feeling inspired by the Ice Pick creations of Jimmy DiResta, I had to create one of my own. Watch as I weld steel into a skull, and of course don't miss part two, making the "sheath" Walking Stick. Part Two.
When I finally got my hands on the first Apple Pencil, I decided to put it to the test. In this first video of "Artistic Art Battles of Artismia." Three rounds of traditional still life drawing EXERCISES, drawn digitally and traditionally.
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"He who has a thing to sell.
And goes and whispers in a well.
Is not so apt to get the dollars.
As he who climbs a tree and hollers."
- Author Unknown