- On the screen right now we see the second boat,…docked along the side of the canal.…We can see it right up here.…Let's pull back a little bit.…And there we see that we have that second boat right there.…A lot of it is hidden by the railing,…but you see enough of that tarp.…Let's go see how that tarp was created.…We're going to go in here and there's the actual art.…Now this is the reference shot.…Another one of my shots from that day,…or one of the other days, they were all mostly rainy…at the time I was in Amsterdam.…
And there you can see is this boat.…I added a lot more detail than what this boat has,…but it gave me the general idea of the shape…of the boat of what I wanted and the motor, and so on.…So here's the actual boat.…Now we can see that there's the paths for the boat,…there's the paths for the tarp,…and there's the paths for the motor.…Now what I'm going to do, is I'm going to…increase the size of the canvas for this.…Just so I can have an area to work on.…And show you how that tarp was created.…Now this is a little more "painterly" than most…
- Making reflections in windows
- Building the grill and hubcaps of a car
- Creating a boat interior
- Making a rope pattern
- Creating a bicycle
- Creating a bike's tires, seat, chain, and gears
Skill Level Intermediate
The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Structureswith Bert Monroy5h 8m Intermediate
The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Natural Elementswith Bert Monroy1h 58m Intermediate
Every object has a story4m 40s
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