STILL LIFE DEMONSTRATION

Still Life

46 minutes Total Running Time.     $20 USD.    Format: wmv

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In this download, you will receive Webisode 7 in HD (720 x 1280) along with an extended 40 minutes of footage featuring the Still Life Demonstration (HD 720 x 1280). In both videos Scott describes the many concepts he uses when painting. The webisode contains numerous graphics and illustrations to depict Scott’s ideas related to painting edges. The extended 40 minute Still Life Demonstration covers a painting process that took 12 hours to complete. Beginning with a monochromatic wash over the transferred drawing, this demonstration progresses through each stage of the painting to its completion. Throughout the video Scott offers insightful narration describing his thought process and the artistic concepts he utilizes while working.


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Video Download Notes, Compatibility and Restrictions :

To allow for faster download time these videos have been broken down into several files:

File one: Still Life Demonstration Part 1 (720 x 1280 HD quality – 238MB) running time: 10:08

File two: Still Life Demonstration Part 2 (720 x 1280 HD quality – 257MB) running time: 10:31

File three: Still Life Demonstration Part 3 (720 x 1280 HD quality – 231MB) running time: 10:43

File four: Still Life Demonstration Part 4 (720 x 1280 HD quality – 191MB) running time: 9:08

File five: Webisode 7 (720 x 1280 HD quality – 192MB) running time: 6:35

Upon Purchase you will receive an email containing links to each of these files from which you will be able to download the videos and Video Guide for your own personal use. You can view them as many times as you like as well as burn them to a CD/DVD. Reproduction and distribution of the video and/or the Video Guide is strictly prohibited.

This video is only available as a wmv file.

mp4 files are fairly universal. If you have any trouble I recommend downloading the VLC media player. It is a free open source player that will play wmv files. VLC can be downloaded freely through the link below:

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Scott Waddell and all persons functioning under his authority accept no responsibility for the compatibility of the video with the purchaser’s computer and or software. There will be no refunds made for the purchase of this video.