Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Shoe Salesman


Photo"painfully slow"shop CS4.

No idea where I was going with this. It's really hot here.
Can anyone tell me why this plays so fast?! It's 13 minutes @ 30fps on my machine and plays just fine til I upload it.

Digital Painting 01 ~ Shoe Salesman from Mark Behm on Vimeo.

18 comments:

Ev said...

Whoa! What's the story behind that boot!? Damn! Missed you at the Con man.

-E

:::Julia Lundman::: said...

maybe it has something to do with compression when it gets uploaded. ???

really nice! as always!

Jose Ramos said...

Wow! , Marc this is very inspirational.
.I wish to see some video tuttorial else!.
.Congratulations , and good luck dude!

Jason Pruett said...

sweet spiraling . . . er . . thing. looks great. makes me want to go out and paint! thanks

alberto abril said...

Realmente vĂ¡ rapido, pero es bueno.
Gracias por mostrar tu trabajo.
Salut.

JC said...

wow, that's masterful Mark!
and look how fast you work too! hehee

John McDavitt said...

Really cool painting. What software do you use to record?

Mark Behm said...

Thanks!
John: First time using Camtasia.

Damion009 said...

DUDE! WOW! ME! FAN!

Georgi Anastasov said...

Awesome!!!

Jason Seiler said...

Yeah, this is COOL!

Munchanka said...

Sweet blog, man. I love your layouts like the planewreck. So atmospheric!

Jberd said...

I like how you flip your canvas, that's a good idea! Thanks for the tutorial and the beautiful work.

Nila Curry said...

That was pretty awesome!! How long did this project take you?

Nathan Lindsay said...

ooo, love to see the process mark. and I love his buck teeth. well done.

Roger Adams said...

Is that a color wheel you have in PhotoShop? Can you tell us more about it?

Ryan Moeck said...

Awesome painting. Quick question - what is that color picker you have open there in CS4? I've been trying to figure something like that out for forever!

Olivier Ladeuix said...

Camtasia is a bit fiddly. Sometimes I set it to capture at 30 fps in a specific codec (Xvid) but it reverts automatically to the Camtasia codec in 15 fps or even lower, despite pressing the Apply button.

My version is quite old but it is worth checking that your finally output is at the chosen fps. I use KMPlayer most of the time and it is quite easy to find out the fps.