After my videos went successfully I decided to make some a gif from the videos of my marble series. I really like how it turned out, and I will upload the next at a later date as it is not working at the moment.
Playing about with slow mo in my videos now, really like the effect on this one.
The first of my series of videos I edited from my gravity experiments with marbles. I particularly like the rewind section of this video. I’m starting to get the hang of using premier pro now, this makes me happy! It also means you may see more video art from me, who knows…
I feel my marble experiment was the most successful out of all my gravity experiments so far. Not only were the photographs particularly successful and work as prints of their own, but both the videos and paintings produced from the experiment are also interesting. I was not planning on creating paintings from these experiments but I laid down paper to save the floor from becoming a complete mess. After noticing that the paper was becoming increasingly interesting the more marbles I dropped in to the cup I started laying down a new piece of paper each time, creating paintings in their own right. Below are the paintings from this experiment.
The following to paintings were created by rolling the paint covered marble around the page, I really like the effect created by this simple technique.
This is the final video from my balloon experiment, and I believe it is the most successful out of the three.
The second of my three videos in this little series of work. I edited this video to rewind and play in reverse. I really like this effect as it makes the paint almost ‘defy gravity’ when it goes back up in to the balloon. I also think the colour red is much more successful than the black, it stands out more.
This is the first of three videos from my gravity experiment with balloons, it is also the least successful but I felt I should upload it also. The angle it is taken from takes away slightly from the idea of gravity. However, I like that the paint seemingly comes out of nowhere.