Mandarin Duck Pyrography Art wood burning time lapse video @artwalker

Mandarin Duck Pyrography Art wood burning time lapse video @artwalker

Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda. In this episode I’m going to share with you the time lapse video that I created for the mandarin duck artwork. This artwork is a collaboration between me and Luke. Luke has a YouTube channel called Artwalker and we have been working on this little
idea for a while so I did the wood burning and he will do the coloring. hope you’ll like the video. Well I hope you like the artwork that I created. I burned it on basswood and it took me 5 3/4 hours to do. I don’t know if Luke’s video is ready yet, but if it is or when it is I will put a link to it in mine. Well thank you so much for watching my video and I will see you next week.

17 thoughts on “Mandarin Duck Pyrography Art wood burning time lapse video @artwalker

  1. Great job again. The bird's body Shading and detailing was just amazing. Water Reflect effects is also looks great. I really like this art work. Have a great day Brenda

  2. Brenda, you make it look so easy and I can now confirm that it really is not easy at all ๐Ÿ˜‚
    Looking at this on a video doesnโ€™t do the drawing justice for how good and how much detail you actually put in to your work! ๐Ÿ˜ณ
    I will have the coloured version uploaded tomorrow at the same time (5gmt) ๐Ÿ‘€

  3. I really liked Todd singing to his music. Hope he does more. Very nice voice. Very nice duck. You guys are so talented. Like to see when coloring is done too. Tell Todd please sing more. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hi Brenda. It's always a delight to see you doing birds, textures. It always looks alive. Really amazing. The original picture is also incredible. Congratulations.

  5. Oh, LOVE Todd's music. Please repeat. ๐Ÿ™‚ Fabulous duck. I'm gobsmacked at the creativity and professional skill of you two.

  6. Loved the entire polished duo performance from start to endโ€”you WOWED your audience. ๐Ÿ™‚ Faultless. Look at that aerial perspective on the distant wing. ๐Ÿ˜

  7. It's beautiful, I'm still impressed by the smoothness of your color gradients.

    The perfect music creates the ideal environment to watch the video

    One question, I still don't understand the role of white coal, does it isolate wood from heat or is it just a visual reference?

    .Thanks for your teachings.

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