Saturday, May 9, 2009

A New Painting I Did For Fun

I wanted to do a painting of a dream that I had as a kid....make sure you watch the ending :)

Me & the Giant (time lapse) from will terry on Vimeo.

18 comments:

  1. You're the giant...awesome video you animal!

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  2. That is really cool Will. Better than I could do.

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  3. AWESOME! Now you need to tell us all about the dream. Great use of light and dark. Fun video!

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  4. I didn't think it was possible to love you even more :)

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  5. I Love U2! -norm

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  6. Cool, will. I like the three interest points in the comp. Fun set-up.

    Jed

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  7. Umm..it goes blank when I click play. Does that happen to anyone else?

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  8. I didn't know that you wanted a tiny kid to ride around on your shoulder all day. That's cool.

    Also, can this please be your next book? Please, please, please?

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  9. You're the man! That's too cool :)

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  10. Thanks for all the kindness - this was a lot of fun to do and the best part was watching it myself at the end - you never know what it's going to look like until you press play. By they way I wish I could take credit for the wink at the end but it was my 15 year old son Aaron's idea. He's really creative and says he wants to go into advertising - he loves coming up with alternative ideas for commercials.

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  11. Just incredible... thanks to give us idias . I am so happy you could share it.

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  12. Great piece, Will! Can you share the band that you were listening to? I want to get it. Thanks!

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  13. Hi Roz, It's the Silversun Pickups "Lazy eye"

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  14. Hi Will. That is so amazing. I work with acrylic paint too, and I love it. I wish I could paint that fast. I love your color.

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  15. Great piece,

    Thanx for the insight on how you work... I was just wondering what you used the kneadable eraser for in the painting stage (and what was patrick doing there?)

    Grt.
    P

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  16. So many nice comments! The kneaded eraser was just close by and since he or she helps me on every project in the sketch stage I thought it appropriate to let he/she share in the lime light...on the other hand, Patrick didn't have permission and snuck into the studio during production....shame on you Patrick.

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