Saturday, 17 April 2010

Finished! Debrina's Pulp Redux contribution now on YouTube

21 comments:

Debrina said...

In my last posting, just yesterday, Zoe requested a video of the final piece. Well, here it is...I know, it's a bit dodgy as far as videos go... and the audio clip apparently takes up to 6 hours to fully load on YouTube until it's permanent.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I am so happy that you showed the entire piece. Now I take it that it goes into the larger book. This is worthy of book status in its own right. You have done a super incredible job and the video is just right. At least now I see how it all fits together. I'm in total awe and thanks so much for clearing this up for me. Did I mention it is stupendous?

Debrina said...

Hi Elizabeth - oh yay, you get it now! I figured it would be better as a demonstration video rather than a series of photographs. I'm glad it's all cleared up for you now. I quite like this medium, I've never videoed my work before, so although my video camera sucks, I will try and borrow a better one and do my next collab that way. And yes, my pages fit into Lisa's book.

Samantha Marshall said...

WOW!!!I'm gonna look again!!!Thanks.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I love this whole process...you have been so generous and I have enjoyed the journey...simply splendid job! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Zoe Sotet Art Studio said...

Very beautiful! I was having trouble visualising the unconventional page layout just from the description, so this video is great!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been following you for a while but I didn't even realise you are a fellow Kiwi :D

Clytie said...

Oh my word, now I can put it together in my mind. Wow, you are absolutely amazing. This art you have created blows my mind! Have I said you are amazing? Wow.

La Dolce Vita said...

ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!!!

kiwicarole said...

You've put a lot of work into this! It was brilliant to see it on the vid!! Thanks

Debrina said...

Hi all - thanks for all your wonderful comments both here and on the Pulp Redux site. As usual, I'll be popping on by to say hi and thanks.

Jasmine said...

Debrina, this is magnificent. Your work is so inspiring. Wow. Beautiful, amazing, awesome, brilliant, earthy, evocative....

I love it. Well done xxJ

Deborah said...

Gorgeous! This is a world of its own! I also liked the musical accompaniment.

Bill Evertson said...

WOW!! Love the video and the slow unfolding and peeling back of all the mystery.

Debrina said...

Hi Deborah, Jasmine and Bill - thank you so much for your kind comments! Jasmine, I can't wait to see this book on your Festival of the Trees site - thank you so much for the invite!

iNdi@ said...

hi there, thanks for your visit
followed the breadcrumbs back here...

Seth said...

What an amazing creation. And so wonderful to see it on video. It gives so much of a better sense of the structure and the texture. Well done!!

Cathy said...

Hi Debrina, I couldn't find a contact email for you so excuse me posting here. I chose 6 runners up to receive a print each on my "pass the book" giveaway. The book was won by Gina btw. Your name was picked so please let me know your name and address. Cathy

Debrina said...

Ooooh, Cathy! That's great news! I will email you instead...but for future reference, my email is on my right side panel on this blog. It's not a standout...I'll try and fix that soon.

Elizabeth said...

This is truely amazing!!!! you are something else!!!

Jo Archer said...

This is absolutely stunning Deb! I love the way you've constructed it, so that different elements can be revealed. It's brilliant. Well done.

the GyPsY said...

Wow!! Amazing detailed work, I love all the way everything is individual and yet part of the whole. Love it.
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