Not everyone is into a 2 hour live stream so here are my last two Twitch streams shortened to 3 minutes. Find me on Twitch every Wednesday at 8pm.
Check out my Promarker timelapse and subscribe to my YouTube channel. This is a 1 hour Zoom workshop squeezed into 3 minutes!
I've managed to capture a couple of my Inktober pieces on video this year. Check it out and don't forget to subscribe to the channel.
For the last 6 months I've been running online art workshops with a view to growing my YouTube channel with art tutorials. Here is the latest.
During May I've been working with Youth Inspired to provide free art workshops and tutorial videos for young people from my hometown. I'm very pleased to say that I'll be working with them again in a few weeks to deliver more art workshops every Thursday so if you are a young person from Peterborough over 12 just email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to book you in for the Korp workshop. Its free so whats to lose?
As part of last months gig I needed to provide some tutorial videos no longer than 5 minutes in duration. I was keen not to timelapse anything so my challenge was could I doodle something interesting in less than 5 minutes and this is what I came up with. Let me know how you get on.
Since lockdown I've struggled with doing my own stuff but I managed a few pieces and also recorded them. If you like it please subscribe to the channel.
Sometimes I get to be a part of some really cool projects. One of my favourites from last year was hooking up with the Frankie Fordham Motorsports team to work on their branding. They were cool enough to want to work with my character so I was happy to oblige. Check out the video below and see how a small sketch ended up on a drag racer.
Frankie was just your average quiet kid who's hobby was drag racing when he first started coming to Doodle Club. Its been amazing to be a part of his journey both on and off the track.
Merch available from Frankie Fordham Motorsports Facebook
I've really enjoyed sketching in this small square spiral bound sketchbook. The brown paper is perfect for paintmarkers. Thought you might like to see some of the results.
I wasnt sure what expect from FLUX [beta], was it going to be a series of geek talks, a gamer night out or a glitch hop rave? Turns out it was all of these things and much more. It all sarted with talks from Airborne Platforms who showcased their cinematic drone work and Matt Lancaster who got to show off a laser scanner which generated amazingly accurate 3D images of rooms in minutes.
Next up was a masterclass in electronic music from Skills and Joe followed by a captivating demonstration of virtual reality sculpting by Lee Mason and Process. All this was held together with retro gaming and a live DJ set topped off with an opportunity to play on a VRcade supplied by The Outstanding Events Company.
Lee Mason and co have done a great job pulling this event together and with any luck there will be follow up nights coming soon but the only way you'll know for sure is by joining the Metageist group on Meetup.
Here is a real treat from the archives. Its a short but wonderful timelapse of a wall I painted at the Green Backyard a few years ago. Video courtesy of WilburforceUK.
All this time later the wall is still there and being used. Looks a bit worse for wear but wouldn't you if you'd been left outside in the elements for a few years. Photo courtesy of Tony Nero.
Head of cutting out and colouring in at Korporate Industries.