Watch Me Paint This Opossum In Under One Minute

I try to record a time lapse of me painting at least twice a month. I may not always meet that goal, but at least I try! This is my most recently recorded painting. It’s watercolor with some acrylic paint on a 4×6″ cold-pressed watercolor block.

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We’re a Small Shop and We Love Shopping Small

As an artist and a small business owner, I know how much time and commitment can go into a craft. I know how frustrating it is to be overlooked because something similar to my hand-crafted product is being mass-produced overseas for a fraction of the cost. I also know what it’s like to be a drop in a bucket of artist who are just trying to be seen.

Because all of those struggles are so familiar to me, I always try to shop small and shop local. Wherever I can, I support fellow artists and small businesses. I spend a lot of time perusing Etsy (parsing through the AliExpress accounts pretending to be small artists) and have made some really amazing purchases on there.

I’d like to share some of those purchases for anyone else who’s interested. Here’s a review of some really cool espresso cups I bought recently. I’ve been using them daily for months and they are holding up perfectly.

If you want to read about them and find the link to buy your own, or check out what else the seller has in their shop, you can read my full blog post below.

Terry Crews in Under 2 minutes

This under-2-minute video is a time lapse painting tutorial of actor Terry Crews. Painted on an 8×10″ hand-cut sheet of watercolor paper and using Windsor & Newton watercolor paints, this video will show my painting process in lightning speeds. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own portrait!

Please feel free to post any questions in the comments below or on my YouTube page. I’ll try to answer them quickly!

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Miniature Portrait Time Lapse

This 2.5-minute video shows a time lapse of my most recent miniature pet portrait. It is painted on a 4×4″ hand-cut sheet of watercolor paper and using Windsor & Newton watercolor paints. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at my whimsical, messy style of pet portraiture!

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Billie the Chihuahua Mix

This 5.75-minute video is a time lapse painting of four dogs. Painted on a 12×12″ hand-cut sheet of watercolor paper and using Windsor & Newton watercolor paints, this video shows different angles as I complete the portrait. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at my whimsical, messy style of pet portraiture!

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Woman and Skull Time Lapse

From the archive: This video is a time lapse acrylic finger painting tutorial of a woman blowing away a skull. Painted on a 16×20″ stretched canvas, this video will show my painting process in lightning speeds. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own fun art!

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Deep Sea Tentacles Time Lapse

From the archive: This video is a time lapse acrylic finger painting tutorial of a seascape transitioning from light to dark, where octopus tentacles are reaching. Painted on a 16×20″ stretched canvas, this video will show my painting process in lightning speeds. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own fun art!

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Dapper Mountain Time Lapse Art

This video is a time lapse acrylic finger painting tutorial of a mustachioed, bespectacled mountain. Painted on a 16×20″ stretched canvas, this video will show my painting process in lightning speeds. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own fun landscape!

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Stephen Colbert in Under 3 minutes

This under-3-minute video is a time lapse painting tutorial of The Late Show host Stephen Colbert. Painted on an 8×10″ hand-cut sheet of watercolor paper and using Windsor & Newton watercolor paints, this video will show my painting process in lightning speeds. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own portrait!

Please feel free to post any questions in the comments below or on my YouTube page. I’ll try to answer them quickly!

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Tom Hiddleston Portrait

This 7.5-minute video is a time lapse painting tutorial of celebrity Tom Hiddleston, in his role as Marvel Comic’s “Loki.” Painted on an 8×10″ hand-cut sheet of watercolor paper and using Windsor & Newton watercolor paints, this video will show how I create my sketch, prep my surface, and what paint colors I have on hand during the rapid painting process. Take a peek and maybe try your hand at your own portrait!

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