Visual experiment from District 7 combines timelapse shots taken in China and painstakingly processes each individual frame with style transfer photo app Prisma:
Each frame of the 1 minute and 20 second video had to be processed
via the Prisma App which took almost 80 hours to complete. The
processing/rendering was at the mercy of the servers. Most of the
project had to be completed between 11pm and 4am EST because the app
would freeze or shutdown due to overloaded serves or too many users on
at the same time.
Thankfully the algorithm used to create the painting-like scene(s)
was very consistent when it came to processing the images. The total
video was approximately 2500 frames and took a bit of ingenuity to
By the end of the project (which took around 5 days to produce) my
fingers were numb and eyes bloodshot. The worst part was the constant
repetition of taking the photo, processing the photo, moving 1 frame
forward, and then saving the image. Sometimes I would forget to do a
step and have to start over completely. It was mind-numbing work to say
For anyone who wants to easily create comic art. We used Prisma to make this in about 20 minutes. shot with an iPhone and edited together in photoshop. High res images and more info here http://tinyurl.com/hgb6jht
Highrollers doodles! The first Is of Elora in what I imagined her Feast dress to be like- I had lots of fun drawing it!
The second is Trellimar chilling with his little dragon buddy- who’s name I have forgotten. I am really happy with both of these and hope you enjoy my dears!
I don’t know if they are still doing fan art videos, but if you are- please feel free to put these into the stream Highrollers!
Please respect artists! I put hard work and personal time into my work- reblog, don’t repost, give proper credit if reposting somewhere else, and report anyone you see posting this without credit please! And don’t remove the source!
Are you all loving the Prisma app as much as we are?
We used the Roland filter to turn a not-so-great overexposed daisy photo into this lovely moody “painting” and Heisenberg to make it look like a drawing (without picking up a pencil). What’s your favorite filter?