Factory People, episode 1, clip 1 out of 4. The Swedish title is Andy Warhol och hans Factory, and it is in English with Swedish subtitles.
This was recorded from free DVB-T television using an Elgato EveTV Hybrid receiver. I used the rudimentary editor within the EyeTV software and exported the clips in H.264/MPEG-4 format, usually four snippets per episode.
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This is a Video made in Movie Maker that I made for a Coursework task. It tells you a little about pop art, shows some of my work that i have made in computer programs like Photoshop and collage and paintings that i have done myself, inspired by Pop art and its artists, it also shows some pieces done by Pop Artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. I Hope you like what I have done 🙂
How did Andy Warhol separate himself from others Pop Artists? Simply, he took the imagery of the everyday Americana and had it mass produced graphically as Art. His breakthrough was the ability to act, produce work by the suggestions of others, and his genius was his timing. This immediacy of the present gave his work relevancy.
Mr. Warhol understood his weakness in areas where his skill as a painter seemed mediocre, and he devised a technique of mechanically reproducing images that were equally similar to the style in which he was attempting to emulate. And through the technique of silk-screening and photography his craftsmanship as a graphic designer produced work that was clean and precise.
Check out another of my videos: “BREAKDOWN: Select and Mask vs. Refine Edge – Photoshop CC”
In this video tutorial we will take a look at creating this interesting “Andy Warhol Effect” which is a neat solid color effect which transforms a photograph into this semi-painted looking piece of art.
We will talk about Layers, Adjustment Layers, Coloring and Blend Modes all en-route to creating this effect!
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