Tuesday, April 6, 2010

GREAT ARTISTS AT WORK (Flicker link)

Yes, I know I can post videos on YouTube. But I'm not excited for the world to have such easy access.

Video version three.  Learning to publish a video on my blog.  Click on the link to see the video on my Flicker Account. 

We had a lot of talent and a lot of fun at our house over the weekend.  Notice these kids don't worry about coloring in the lines.  In fact, Her Majesty isn't even limiting herself to the paper. Wish I could show you more but until I upgrade my Flicker account I'm limited to 90 seconds. (Yeah, I know 90 seconds is plenty, if not too much).

Hope you had a great Easter weekend!

7 comments:

DayPhoto said...

You are creating darling little artists!!!

Love the videos

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Jill said...

What a brave and wonderful grandmother you are. I love their concentration.

frayedattheedge said...

Can I come and visit, please. I want to paint like that ... actually their painting is better than mine!!

kendalee said...

Oh that is the happiest-making thing I've seen today for sure! I love, love, love how Her Majesty just calmly and very sensibly, I thought, followed that perfect creative path she was on onto her arm. Adorable. Thank you for sharing this :)

When I have a big new, easy to clean floor in my new apartment and no-one to bother with my silliness but myself, I think I might unroll some paper and take some lessons from these beauties of yours in free and creative play!

Linda Sue said...

YEAH! Happy making indeed! Cool that you figured out how to make a video, Ms. Brainiac! that is awesome in the highest power! Of course the art is unencumbered with rules and expectation- just putting it on paper and arm and wadded up napkin- LOVE it! Unspoiled by criticism - you are the best mentor!

ELIZABETH said...

Creating is such hard work, think I saw a tired wipe of the eye on your very sweet granddaughter.

Laura said...

What program are you using to edit the movie? I'm curious if it allows you to delete certain sound tracks while leaving others if that makes since? Like the microphone picked up the noise of the wind, but also has the sounds of the prairie chickens booming; if i were to get software for editing video do you know if it would put those two sounds on different tracks to delete the wind? hahaha such a technical comment and such a great video post! I love the music on that one and the artists look so content. Why black paint though? just curious...