Not so quick videos
I love watching work in progress videos, especially of artists developing their paintings. I find it magical to watch that portrait come to life. But, what's not so magical is all the hours of thought put in to prepping the painting. Before the painting even comes into existence, so many hours,days and even months have been ideas discussed and weighed out, developed and tossed away. Then comes the composition planning, color palettes and test sketches, all before pencil is put to canvas, or paper.
I usually speed up my videos to 16 times faster than normal. Some parts 32 times faster. I try to keep my work in progress videos to under four minutes; if I can, closer to three minutes. I like to throw in a few seconds of normal speed video, so you can see how quickly I really work.
The point is, these videos are just a taste of how my work is created, how it develops. To watch me from start to finish would be rather tedious, I'm sure. What I don