Thursday, September 2, 2010

How to do a Quickie art talk online...

Swan Family of Four: Pappa Mamma Daughter Son, 3 feet by four feet by two & a quarter inches deep,  Kama walnut oil sticks on top of Sennelier oil pastel sketch on top of Liquitex Clear gesso (on both sides of linen) stretched on Rex Art Florida pine (I actually thought I had ordered poplar , but I got pine, so pine it is- I don't normally use pine, but why argue, if that is what The Holy Ghost decided to send me?...)wood stretcher bars, stretched with Belgian Linen 10 weight  from a roll at Curry's Art Supply on Yonge street in Toronto,  using black steel carpet tacks from Canadian Tire at Davenport & a hammer & rubber cane tips on my hammer to make it a mallet too...painting is in progress ,  Fri. Sept. 3, 2010- trying to resolve the intersects right now to retain clarity...(The four rocks in the foreground are Zeolites from Great South Minerals- they absorb odours...You can get a flat of 24 for 48 dollars...good for the studio...I also keep baking soda boxes in the studio & have a fan set on an eight hour timer for after I leave...) decision: right now am considering also tacking the edges with tacks, not just the back, to increase support for greater longevity...(notice:© this copyright symbol is NOT necessary in Canada to register or assume copyright...so , just 'cause you don't see it on or near my works doesn't mean that you can copy stuff...I am a member of CARCC, who chases after copyright infringers for me, be forewarned...)









saris12, originally uploaded by sarigrove.
Get your photos from iPhoto in Mac into a new album within iPhoto...
Click make slideshow...
Save that to your movie folder...
Open Garageband...
Select New Movie Score...
Drag & Drop your iPhoto Slideshow into the top bar from your Movie folder...
Add a new track...
Change your vocal quality to say female rock star...
Press the Red record button & record your speech while your movie plays...
Share it by selecting Publish to Disk & it will save on your desktop...
Upload to Flickr, or Fototime, or Box,net, or Diino.com, or directly to your blog (you can choose Blog it in Flickr to send it fast to your blog like this post)...
Taadah! Fancy Art Talk...(time spent...hmmm...15 minutes?)
Ok, it could be better, but I just wanted to show you how easy it could be...(not how hard it could be!)...
love Sari

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