Chansey

Today my daughter and I tackled Chansey. She initially wanted to work on Blissey, but I’m trying to convince her to focus on the first generation of Pokémon for now.

Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.

Gengar

Our first Pokemon today was Gengar. For this painting, Emily drew the Pokémon and I painted it. It was a nice change of pace. As soon as we finished this painting, Emily wanted to do another. (Two in one day was enough, though.)

Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.

Gastly

For this painting we did something a little different. I sketched out Gastly for Emily and myself. Then we painted side by side. I learned a valuable lesson while recording… always make sure you have enough storage before doing a longer timelapse. I ran out of room mid-capture. :/

Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.

Pikachu

In this video we collaborated on Pikachu. It’s a mixture of ink and Copic markers.

About This Video

My five-year-old daughter and I have been collaborating on an art project. We usually tackle 1 or 2 Pokémon daily and I’ve been recording the process.Time lapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.

Pichu

Emily insisted on drawing this morning, and I know it’s not a first-generation Pokémon, but Pichu was too cute NOT to work on.

About This Video

My five-year-old daughter and I have been collaborating on an art project. We usually tackle 1 or 2 Pokémon daily and I’ve been recording the process.Time lapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.