Scribble To Digital: An Introduction

scribble2digitalBack in school at George Brown College, I wanted to put together a DVD together of my portfolio. It was a very ambitious project at the time. I only got so far in creating a DVD cover called “Scribble To Digital”.

I have always admired artists that practice the art of speed painting. Capturing the live process of drawing an image and playing back the video at a faster speed rate. Some people go the extra mile and put music and fancy graphics over top their video.

Lately I’ve been reading about creating content on YouTube as well. I figured I would give it a try and do my own speed paintings. Right now I have 2 setups in the works to record the videos. Right now I’ve experimented with a workflow of my iPad with the app Sketchbook Pro with the record feature. I use a Wacom Bamboo stylus for drawing on my iPad with the occasional finger painting touch up. The other setup is Photoshop on my Wacom Cintiq all recorded via Camtasia.

Right now I have only 3 videos posted so far, but I’m hoping to post a video once a week. I’m not sure if I’ll take requests as of yet, but I might reach out later if I’m really stumped for ideas. I hope you will like and share these videos I create.