Long ago before the pandemic, I took some footage of a short walkthrough of my Sacred Shapes exhibit, for those who couldn’t go see it in person. Finally got around to editing it (adding titles and music, nothing major):
I don’t use Premiere very often, so it took a little while to rediscover how to expand the audio track for keyframing levels, and I wish it supported different leading values in multiline textboxes, but overall the editing didn’t take very long and went smoothly enough. Makes me want to make more videos. (Bad idea right now, when school’s about to start.)
With Sacred Shapes, I wanted to have some new art along with the old, so people in the area who’ve already seen everything online would have a reason to go in person. This is one of the three new pieces. Newish, actually. It’s a reworking of Shoulder to the Wheel, which I felt would work better in a wintertime setting. So, with 100% more snow:
I should note, too, that I’ve tweaked this one a bit beyond what’s in the exhibit (adding more snow, mainly).