1. Vehicle Design (Suzuki FX)

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    • POV

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      A day of summer. Music: "I Guess I'm Floating" - M83

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      • Veljko Toman and the Emonian beyond time

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        Veljko is a slovenian artist who spent 10 years making a picture with a help of a computer.

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        • Garrett Harper

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          Garrett Harper is a Chicago-based tattoo artist who specializes in realistic black-and-white designs. This Mini Doc was shot by Corey Lillard. He used the Canon C500 with the Odyessey 7Q, Leica Summecron-C and Zeiss Compact Zoom Lenses. Rent them Here: http://www.magnanimous.biz/#/tab/cameras/digital-cinema/ Sarah Chandler was the producer. Watch the Behind the Scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNfyazqNzjI We rent high-quality equipment to video and photo professionals to help you achieve your goals and pursue your passions. From camera rental to lenses, from the Canon C300 to the Sony FS7, from lighting to studio rental, we have everything you need. We’re your reliable, inexpensive video equipment rental solution. So #GoMagnanimous! For info, rentals, and more, visit us at magnanimous.biz, or email rentals@magnanimous.biz. _________________ TRANSCRIPTION My name is Garrett Harper and I’m a Chicago-born tattoo artist. I specialize in black and gray realism, and I focus on images that are elegant, dark, and moody, and, at the same time, mysterious. For me, I have been drawing my whole life. I started off drawing comic books, drawing anything I could see. And quickly I became bored with it. It just wasn’t as, like, fulfilling for me. And being an artist, you know, you take a lot of time to draw a really nice, realistic image. And I didn’t feel like I had that amount of appreciation from the people I was showing my art to. So tattooing, in a selfish way, kind of felt like something I could do that people would appreciate a lot more. If you’re going to become a tattoo artist, you should really do some soul-searching. You gotta think about the kind of life you want to live. You have to really analyze what you think you’re going to do as a tattoo artist. Because in most cases, what you think is going to happen and what actually happens is very different. You think it’s going to be this rockstar lifestyle and you’ll make a lot of money, and at the end of the day, that’s not the case. It’s a difficult job. There’s a lot of pressure to maintain a high level of quality consistently throughout your career. It’s very easy to slack off. You’re working seven days a week. And people don’t realize that—when you’re a tattoo artist, it’s not just what’s on the skin. There’s a lot of preparation work, there’s a lot of research that goes into each piece. It can be very work-intensive. Tattooing as an art form is so unique in that it’s permanent. The level of difficulty, the precise nature of it, has always been kind of exciting for me. I like to be challenged. And the idea that if I’m doing something with someone’s skin, and this person’s going to wear it for the rest of their lives--that level of intensity is something that’s driven me to really progress and try to be the best tattoo artist that I can. To find something that you love is definitely something that you can just be thankful for. And for me, just the lifestyle—the ability to go to work and really enjoy work and get lost in my work—is something that you can’t find anywhere else.

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          • Ben Rathbone

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            Ben Rathbone is a Chicago-based artist. This Mini Doc was shot by Robert Martinez and Corey Lillard on the Blackmagic URSA. Sarah Chandler was the producer. Rent the URSA here: http://www.magnanimous.biz/#/item/blackmagic-design-ursa-4k-camera-canon-ef-mount/ We rent high-quality equipment to video and photo professionals to help you achieve your goals and pursue your passions. From camera rental to lenses, from the Canon C300 to the Sony FS7, from lighting to studio rental, we have everything you need. We’re your reliable, inexpensive video equipment rental solution. So #GoMagnanimous! For info, rentals, and more, visit us at magnanimous.biz, or email rentals@magnanimous.biz. ___________________ TRANSCRIPTION: I think it’s the job of artists to create visual material that resonates in our contemporary technological context, which painters are, only over the last couple decades, starting to really do with realism. So what I get inspiration from...I actually look at a lot of photographers to get inspiration for visual approaches. I paint realistic scenes and I do primarily figurative work. But I use classical techniques, classical painting styles, and classical materials and methods. And the reason for that, I believe, is that those principles can be timeless and, I think, artists of any generation now can apply those and do meaningful work in a contemporary context. It’s difficult to make a living selling paintings. Few and far between are the people that do, and few and far between are the people that can sustain a career and support themselves just doing visual work. Michelle L'amour and her husband Frank have put together something called the Everleigh Social club. They use that as a platform for a lot of events, with the idea of being events that integrate the sort of...the sensual into your life, through burlesque and dances and performances. They run other events, such as Naked Girls Reading and also a weekly drawing session. And over the last three or four years, we’ve really cohered as a group. They’re some of my very best friends. And we decided, let’s have an annual art show. For a couple years, we had the show actually at the Everleigh Social Club. Then we realized we wanted to put on a bigger show, open it to the public, but have it themed: work associated with this community of dancers and models. We did it at the Fulton Street Collective—2015, this is our second year there—put up a call for entries, got some really nice pieces, had the show. We were fortunate to get 3 dancers to perform for us, some friends of mine…it was just a wonderful time. I think the most important thing is, as an artist, one needs to learn practice and learn process. You need some kind of way to cohere what you do and your approach, and to sort out all this information and sift the good stuff from the bad stuff, and know what you like to do and how you like to do it and how you like to develop. And that process should be one that’s robust enough and flexible enough that it can handle a variety of different types of projects, and also something you have confidence in so you can take onmore aggressive projects. So long as you can focus on answering the question “What’s my process?", then I think the sky’s the limit in terms of what you do.

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            • the manchester tattoo

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              Tattoosession by Jessi Manchester. Love it. Homepage: http://www.themanchestertattoo.com/de/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JessiManchesterTattoo?fref=ts Music: Tias&waitinTom - GrongII Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tias-waitintom

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              • Red nudeIMG 0723

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                • Joe: Landscapes

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                  My friend Joe Byrne explains the all the doo daa and process behind his work! 2003?

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                  • Qazi Hamza Javed - 3D Design Reel

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                    A selection of my latest 3D work. Enjoy! :)

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                    • Digital River Project

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                      This is a project that was started while learning Houdini. Finally I took the time to finish it. Thanks to Spencer Lueders for showing me the power of Houdini in his CGWorkshops Course about Fluids FX! Please download the original Video File for better image quality.

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