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Heavy duty rubber glove, made of 100% natural latex.
24″ length(62cm), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, ambidextrous style (fits either hand), 570g/pair, 50pairs/case.
Good resistance against acid and alkali. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.
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This one has been a while in the making, and it’s not the last video I’ll have for this drawing. More videos coming on a regular basis. This is video number 4 recorded in late April 2013.
The drawing is called Amazing Realization, and it is an enormous pencil drawing on a 22″ x 30″ sheet of fine heavy drawing paper. I am using mechanical pencils from 0.3mm to 0.5mm, but the vast majority of it is done with 0.3mm drafting pencils. I use a variety of leads from 2H to HB to 2B graphite. I occasionally use paper stumps to blend the pencil, but again, the vast majority of it is hand shaded using a very careful amount of hand pressure, which you can see pretty well in this video.
Whenever I’m holding the pencil much further back from the tip, I’m allowing the pencil’s own weight to press down on the paper which makes for very soft shading. I am also not a robot drawing robot, so I use erasers. I use the white plastic erasers that work so well with drafting pencils, and the rubber gray kneadable erasers you can form into shapes. I like those for lightening areas which have been filled in too dark, and to keep my pencils from rolling off my drawing desk when I’m not using them. I use a horse hair eraser brush to remove eraser shavings from the drawing without smudging my work. I sometimes use a latex glove on my left hand to keep the oil of my hand from getting on the paper, and for a similar reason, I put a sheet of paper under my drawing hand to keep from smudging parts I’ve already drawn while shading.
Last year I started a Kickstarter to make prints of my new drawing, Amazing Realization, for people who wanted them. This is quite an epic project which began in mid November 2012 and continues months into 2013. On January 1st 2013 the Kickstarter was successfully funded at over 200% of my goal. Now I’m just working away at finishing the drawing and doing what I can to show the making-of process along the way. The backers get email updates with new photos showing the progress of the drawing the night I work on it, and I release the photo updates of the drawing daily on my Art blog, http://artblog.jeffjag.com, my facebook fan page http://www.facebook.com/jeffjag.art and my twitter feed @jeffjag (all three feature the same daily content). Check out the kickstarter page and watch the video of me announcing the project on that page. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/112182510/super-detailed-abstract-pencil-art-amazing-realiza – And if you want a print even though the kickstarter’s over, you can pre-order right on my website or blog through the Amazon button.
I started this drawing in November 2012 and I’m already over half way through as of this video, but it’s it’s still unfinished as a whole. The time-lapse for this specific progress video was compiled from two drawing sessions of about 3-4 hours each for a total of around 7 hours of drawing time. Rest assured, I’ll have a rough estimate by the time I post the final time-lapse project video. Subscribe to my channel and you’ll get it delivered right to you from the friendly YouTube folks in your emails.
SONG – DUNGEON FAIRIES by JeffJag:
I posted a weird song on video ONE of this series and I heard the comment replies loud and clear. You unanimously told me that you’d rather mute it than listen to my experimental voice tracks… which were admittedly not very good. With that in mind, I took a different path to create the music for this video and I hope the results are better. The sounds were created in the Moog Animoog and Korg iELECTRIBE apps on iOS, then mixed together in a multi-track audio editor. Some of the sounds were used directly, some had effects like distortion and flange applied, and some of them are double-tracked for a fuller sound. I also recorded some ambient people noises from Denver International Airport for the background. Because I like that sort of thing. All recording, sequencing, and mixing was done by myself and you can listen to the track by itself on SoundCloud here: https://soundcloud.com/jeffjag/dungeon-fairies
TIME-LAPSE VS. STOP MOTION
Stop motion is used exclusively in this video. The first two videos in the series were shot at a frame every 6-8 seconds. Later on, I decided to get out my camera trigger and you can see me holding the shutter release in my left hand, as I draw with my right hand. I use a latex glove on my left hand while I draw to keep the oil of my hand from getting on the paper. I place a white sheet of paper under my right hand so I can shade without smudging what I’ve already done. Because I have to move my right hand while drawing, this keeps my hand free to move over areas I may have already drawn without smearing the work.