This video shows the various artists painting the models throughout the day. Great chance to see the atmosphere of the day.
The Second Annual Bodypainting Day held in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza on Saturdday July 18, 2015. Over 100 painters and over 100 models attended. A similar event will be held in a month in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Andy Golub helped to organize this event. He has been known in the past in New York for creating live art and also for helping to establish legal precedent in New York to allow nude painting of models for artistic purposes.
Body painting day is going to happen again in 2016. For all those who might like to be a part of it and might want to help out you can go to the following links:
+799jmt I'm afraid I have to agree with Yohann67. The camera is not like the eye that can scan back and forth quite naturally taking in all that it sees. The viewer must explore each frame edge to edge, up and down to "see" what is in the frame so the slower the better. You'll notice that video tripods have fluid filled heads that force you to go slow.
Anyway... fun event.
+799jmt Sorry if it sounded rude, but when I first reviewed some of my own videos I was appalled and was yelling the same things at the screen. It seems like your panning is painfully slow when you are doing it but when you replay it you slap yourself in the head and think WTF? Was I on crack! I literally have never re-watched my videos because of that! I ruined some good stuff.
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