I decided to make something simple for my daughters for Valentines Day.
I had seen a smaller version of this online somewhere.
Make the art in Word and print it
Cut the stencil by hand using a utility knife and a straightedge (ruler)
Attach the stencil to the board with rubber cement and pins
Paint the stencil with acrylic paint, using two colors
Remove the stencil
STEP 5 – B
Realize that rubber cement and pins were not the way to go with this
STEP 5 – C
Frown at the results.
Sand down the whole thing.
Ask a friend who is an artist if you can use her Cricut. Thank her for helping make a new, precision-cut stencil.
Redo the first attempt.
Give to daughters.
More suited for studio filming than movie-set filming, but I can’t wait to see what people do with this:
The camera is not moving here, folks. It films 360° at all times. Move the POV live with your phone or in post.
It’s a great time to be alive.
So cool. Again, I can’t wait to hear what people do with this. Some student is going to save their money and get one of these and make some really cool music.
* Note: as you look through the photos of events and people, the photos of celebrities and politicians will seem pointless and boring.
* Note: there is simply too much pain the world. Damn it, people; be kind.
All of The Atlantic’s Photos of the Week through the years are fantastic.
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Not just a great Jurassic World video. One of the most creative videos I’ve ever seen.
I have updated my Movies page on this website.
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