James Guerin constructed one of the most fascinating pinhole cameras you’ll ever see. What makes the camera different is that it’s actually 25 individual pinhole cameras sharing one shutter.
Intrigued? James posted a construction guide so you can make your own. The majority of the camera’s components can be sourced from a single shoebox.
I might need to try this.
Ron Swanson painting update
Thank you everyone for the positive feedback on my painting! It’s still not done yet sorry to say. But I’m taking my time with perfecting it. One of the first times I’ve done that. I usually hurry and get it done. But here is more progress on the painting as of Thursday. As you can see, thanks to my boyfriend, the scale of how large this painting really is. Background of the painting is still needing to be added and more detail on his shirt. So check back in for the deets.
Till next time.
I’m working on this Ron Swanson painting as of right now. It’s 36 x 48 canvas that I had obtained at Michaels. It was damaged so I got it for $20. Sweet deal if you ask me. Wasn’t sure what I was going to do with the canvas. Obviously I decided.
These are photos of the progress being made with the painting. So I am not completely done with it. Normally I wait to show it when its done, but I got super excited about this one.
Check back for updated pictures or check on my Instagram feed for updates.
Deck Art 2013
It’s that time of year again! Deck Art 2013! Unfortunately I did not post last years entry, so click here to see it. The one pictured above is this years. It’s a portrait of my friend Ryan on one of the days he hadn’t slept in a few days. I wanted it to be really colorful for such a depressing picture. I think I achieved that pretty well. But I had such trouble with the deck this year. I had forgotten about the contest. So I had very little time to come up with a clever idea. I had worked out all of my ideas on this board.It has so many layers of arcylic paint on it. I’m hoping to qualify for some sort of ribbon. As last year I did not know they judge based on quality and condition of the board. We shall see.
Alternative take on the 365 day photo project
James Bernal has an another take on the 365 day photo project. He decided to do 1 second a day for 366 days for the year 2012. Check out his documentary. It’s very inspiring. I might try doing it.
Bryan Nash Gill - “Gentle giants we live among”
Bryan Nash Gill uses salvage wood to create these AMAZING prints!
Check out this short documentary about his work:
These pictures of Bruce and my feet have become a reoccurring thing by accident. So I’ve decided to make an unofficial project of this. I don’t have a REAL name for it. (If anyone has any suggestions, I’ll take them into consideration.) The picture on the left is the first actual photo of this. And I hadn’t noticed it until I stumbled upon this until earlier today. The picture on the right is the most current. You can see these all on my Instagram feed. Friend me! So look forward to some more of this unofficial project.