I went back to Langstone (in Hampshire near Portsmouth) yesterday it's been a while since I painted their. It is an inspiring place even with just a trickle of water!
I've been wanting to video my painting process and share it for a while. My recent delves into watching people paint on You Tube has inspired me to try.
Its not easy knowing there's a camera on you the whole time and I decided to keep it simple and not do commentary but I kept having to shut my mouth as I wanted to explain what I was doing and justify some actions! It does feel like your going to be judged.
But annoyingly my battery ran out so I only got 3/4 of the painting - about 40 mins worth. But it was a good first attempt. I'm not sure if I will post the long version as I put the camera on the right side and my mixing arm rather gets in the way of the painting, I will try again and put the camera the other side!
The painting has a limited palette and emphasising the light on the water - keeping everything else tonally darker.
Happy I was able to produce while under pressure!
Here is the video a speeded up version of about 40 seconds. What do you think?