Sunday, September 29, 2013

Stamp DVD now available

Good news: The DVD version of the new stamp art video  is now available.

The DVD includes 72 minutes of total running time, including:

• 38 minute main feature
• 13 minute extended interview with paleontologist Tom Rich
• 8.5 minute narrated slide show, with almost 100 images, including preliminary drawings and the full range of philatelic products from Australia Post
• 13.5 minute bonus feature on the making of Dinotopia ("Dinotopia: Art, Science, and Imagination")

The DVD also includes a free 5x7" photoprint of the stamp minisheet inside, making it a great gift for the stamp collector, dino-phile, or art student.

Praise for the previous DVD: "How I Paint Dinosaurs"
"For any art student or illustrator wanting to learn how to create realistic scenes from one's imagination this inexpensive DVD is a gold mine of information and learning!"—Christopher Evans, Head of Matte Painting Department, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi"

"James Gurney's 'How I Paint Dinosaurs' is not only a fascinating look into a master-illustrator's creative and technical process, it outlines fundamental techniques useful to any artist interested in infusing their work with life-like authenticity." —John-Paul Balmet, Concept Designer

Find out more about the new DVD (Paypal customers)  and Here's the product page for credit card customers or watch the YouTube trailer for the video

Note: The DVD is NTSC, Region 1 encoded, mastered on a Mac, so technically it's optimized for North America, but I'm told it should work in most modern DVD players internationally. Shipping overseas is less than $5. In any event, your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Also, don't forget to check out my live ConcertWindow webcast tonight at 7 pm Eastern time.

1 comment:

Laserwrite Promotions said...

A brilliant idea to release it on DVD
So much for modern technology