Nathalie’s latest oil painting is a woman’s image reflecting in the pupil of an eye. The lashes and tears are made from copper wire. More information on Nathalie’s artwork can be found at Nathalie’s Workshop.
The Flash is now animated! I added a few effects: zoom in and out, lip sync, and an interactive button (press to play). The background is temporary – Zander drew a cityscape for me, so I will be replicating it with Adobe Illustrator over the next few weeks and will update the animation then. I’m still working on the arms, legs, and head movements, too.
This is my first character drawing using Adobe Flash. I chose the DC character “The Flash” because of his simple style and because I could title the post “The Flash in Flash.” The next step is attempting to do some simple character animation (walking and talking).
This is a new version of a painting that Nathalie did for me about 10 years ago. It was influenced by a painting by Mark Kostabi. It was hanging in my office in Dallas and a co-worker offered to buy it for $500. After talking it over with Nathalie, we decided to sell with the condition that she paint another one to replace it, and here it is! There are a few differences from the original Computerman 1.0. The monitor is a flat screen instead of a CRT and Computerman 2.0 now has a wireless mouse to go along with his keyboard.