12 September 2013

Project Life week 36- a short film

Week 36 and I am shaking some things up!

I thought I would play around with this weeks project life and try and record my digital process. I sped up the recording, put it to some cheery music and voila, a little "in the process" short film. This is definitely not a tutorial video- it is far too speedy for that- more of a, this is how my afternoon looked! I hope you enjoy it! (It is best viewed small as the quality is ok but looks yucky when made big!) 



This week I joined in with
Alinor's challenge to use just eight photos and eight journalling cards. Admittedly I cheated a bit and may have used more than the eight photos but I had great fun trying to stick to a rule and it really livened up project life for me this week.
Thank you for the inspiration Alinor. 
The spreads featured in the film are below.



9 comments:

Amy said...

I love it!
You know, the most interesting part for me was seeing how you do simple things like recolour and move parts of journal cards ... I do it a little differently but I always like seeing another way to 'skin the cat' .. so to speak!

Amy said...

Hi Abi - me again ... just wondering, and I've searched through most of your PL posts, have you written a tutorial on the paint effect stamp you are using? I wasn't sure if you made it or bought it ... experimenting with brushes this afternoon and not having as much luck as I had hoped!

Miriam said...

I love it too! I loved seeing your process Abi and the finished page is beautiful.

Alinor said...

yay love this spread! so glad you had fun with it (and cheating is soo okay lol)
it was fun seeing the process, and i just love this song!

Becky said...

Wow! Loved watching your video - wish I could use digital like that! Great spread :-)

Amy said...

Thanks for the reply Abi - I was considering making one myself but with so many good ones out there, there is no need!

Sinead said...

Brilliant Abi! This is a really pretty spread (as always!). I loved seeing your process and marvelling at your talent with Photoshop :) The video is fab! x

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Oh this is fantastic, Abi! I loved watching your film, and I was mesmerized by it. There are so many steps and clicks, and this video captures the steps and creative process so well. Awesome!

Karen said...

This post has been sitting in an open tab since the day you published it. I loved watching this, and understood a lot of what you did, but need to come back and watch it several more times! Thanks for sharing. I love your PL pages!