Thursday, April 28, 2016

Adventure Sketching in Nepal


After the earthquake in Nepal a year ago, artist Jeremy Collins traveled there with his GoPro cameras to record his adventures.



The video shows how he sketched people, painted murals on buildings, and drew while hang gliding.

7 comments:

jeff jordan said...

I bet that guy would be a pretty good unicycle painter.

Jim Douglas said...

I can just imagine what a "James Gurney Hang Gliding/Sketching Tutorial" would sound like:
"When I sketch and hang glide, I like to build my own hang glider. I start with a wire armature airframe, stitch the wing out of bed sheets, then fashion the harness out of old leather belts. My water cup and palette are attached to the struts with magnets. The whole thing, which can stay aloft for 2 hours and cover more than 500 miles, took me about an hour to build and cost me less than $10." :)

Adrian Rostek said...

Jim Douglas, haha you just made my day sir. I could hear James's voice while reading it.

Video it-self is really inspiring

Willow's Quiet Corner said...

Jim Douglas that was perfect! I was laughing the whole time reading your delightful comment! But, I think you may have given him an idea that will perhaps be the next video! Mr. Gurney is quite the Renaissance man. I do believe he could actually pull it off!

James Gurney said...

Hey, Jim, how did you find the script to my next video? I'm not sure whether to call it "Do It Yourself Adventure Sketching on the Cheap" or "Extreme Gonzo Art in the Wild."

John Foster said...

A fabulous place.

doug goodale said...

Jim Douglas - that was perfect. Sounded just like a James Gurney narrative.