Thursday, March 27, 2008

speed painting

here's a time lapse of a commission i recently finished. I enjoyed working on this piece because all of the movie watching that had to be done.
the video looks like it's been shoot with a camera phone and the lighting is horrible. my light went out the night before, so the lighting is very dim. my next video will be better.

12 comments:

dave said...

DANG! nice painting!
you mada are craziest dude

DragonCypher said...

Oh hell yeah man! I can't wait for this.

Shawn Escott said...

Beautiful! I saw you painting with two hands! Are you ambidextrous?? This painting rocks, thanks for sharing the process too.

Silent Bee said...

Dopeness!

Airborne Toxic Event..good song, also.

Man, I've always love your stuff since the way you paint is so different from all the other stuff you see at street art galleries..or "low brow".

Keep it up, Bong Hem. hahaha

James Chong said...

two handed?! damnnnnnn proo.. cool video. very inspiring to see an artist working in his studio.

sophan said...

thanks.
im no way ambidextrous. sometimes while im painting i realize i still have paint on another brush. i just want to use up the paint before it dries. it's not accurate, im just applying paint on a small section.

ching said...

i love it! cant wait for the next one!

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Chuck BB said...

yep. pretty excellent.

Rich Pellegrino said...

great painting once again. Surprisingly,I haven't left a comment here yet. I have to tell you that I really admire your work. Thanks for the inspiration.
-Rich

Cateris said...

Thanks for the video. Now we all know your secret.. bwahahahahaha.

Margo said...

what are you working on? It doesn't look like canvas..paper? I dislike the texture on canvas, I've been working on wood and need new surfaces.

Also, what are your inspirations? Or, where/how do you get inspired?