July 8, 2011

artsy fartsy.

Artsy Fartsy from tasha faye on Vimeo.

my second video! (: hehe i know it's a little quick and i posted a video too in my last post, but my interest in filming has heightened! hahaha i will post more photographs in the next post though.

this video was a part of the bittersweet process of my friends and i finishing our Art coursework, there is so much to do! it's gonna be a long time till i next draw a flower or butterfly lol. paint on clothes, dark chocolate, Snow Patrol and rain. (:

hope you've all had a lovely week and happy Friday/weekend! xxx


Sue Lyn said...

Tasha love the paintings! especially the chameleon! Btw, where do you go to school?(: x

ohheyhellothere. said...

So lovely, such a beautiful song in the background too. xx

Jada said...

I love both of your videos! Please make more :D
You've inspired me to make one of my own<3

Anita said...

Wow I love it. You are so good at making videos! The paintings look fabulous, I love the owl one :')

Grace said...

Great video!

Pramudita Puspita said...

wow your blog is awesome! by the way let's be friend and follow each other..well exchange link will be nice! :) if u put my link, I make sure I'll do the same :) :0

Sidsel T. said...

Hi Tasha,

I thought I had left you a comment here about the Konica Pop cameras my friend and I are selling, I'm not sure if it was actually sent and you saw it or not. Anyway, I've seen on your profile that you're from Malaysia, so I thought to check the Italian Posts' rates for your country to give you an idea on the approx overall price of both the camera and the shipping, and it turned out these rates are quite expensive so I guess it would cost too much to ship to your country.

Honestly, I don't think it would be worthy for you to buy the camera from our store, as we still don't know for sure how much the final prices will be (it depends on CLAs and all other costs), but I can already tell you that the lowest shipping rate to Malaysia via the Italian Posts is €46,66 [approx $66,57], which is quite a lot, if you ask me.

I just thought it was much better for you to know right away that it will be a lot cheaper for you to look for it somewhere else. I mean, if you couldn't find it anywhere else and still want it so bad you could always get it from our store, but be aware it might be quite expensive. if I were you I personally would try somewhere else instead - I guess you can tell I'm not in this "business" for the money but just out of boredom! ;-)

Anyway, the site we're building will include useful info on the camera itself, user guides, tips and stuff like that, so if you happen to find a Konica Pop it could still be a good source!

Sorry for the two long&messy messages on your blog but this was the only way to contact you!

Have a lovely day,


Fransisca Angela said...

I enjoy the video and also love how you colored the paintings. it makes more real =D
oh and who remix these passion pit song? it sounds lovely!

annnie said...

Your video is wonderful!! Loved all the colours, in your art pieces and the paints and your classmates smiles :-)

Also the remix of Passion Pit is amazing, added to the atmosphere of the video :-)


P,s I used a 55-200mm lens for those photos! It's a bit unconventional for portraits but I just love it so much!