Today, I doodled outside…and used my iphone to capture it all.
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This was my first time doodling outside on the ground, and recording the whole experience. This is how the turtle process went:

1. Used “Motion Cafe” app and set it to take a photo every 5 second
2. Used “iMovie” app to rotate the video
3. Used “Splice” app to put it all together (titles, video, photos, and music)

Overall it took about 2-3 hours, but at least half an hour was waiting for the iMovie app to install on my phone. I hope to get better making videos of my doodling adventures, but if not…at least you can check this one out. Thanks!

Turtle Wayne Doodling On Paper On The Ground:

Finished my first doodle artwork on 16×20 gallery panel, and now I’m on to the next one.

The following photo shows me about 4 hours into the second 16×20 gallery panel piece.  Since I’m been timing myself, I’ve been lucky that it’s usually on the hour or half-hour when I start and when I stop. That makes the logging of time and calculations of how long it takes pretty simple.  What can be easier is if I had one of those clocks they use in chess…where you slap a button and the time goes. If I had that I could take breaks or use the bathroom and still know I have an accurate account of my art making time. That would be awesome…and geeky.