Working on something new for local Pittsburgh magician/comedian Lee Terbosic.
Thought I'd have some fun with it.
Check out the video at half this speed and set to a very appropriate tune here. :)
10 months ago
Finesse at its finest! What type of utensil are you using?
thats soo cool
@Zach Roszczewski - Thanks, dude! It's just a black Pentel Color Brush. Amazing tool.
@Mustafa - Thanks, man!
Amazing stuff, you're making us all look bad! haha Love the L-T, and that's a really nice 'r' too!
@Joseph Alessio - Thanks, Joseph. Got lucky on the 50th attempt. :)
awesome stuff man! amazed!
Great work dude, really inspiring!
Absolute BOSS. Gots to get me one of those pens...
Love seeing this Ryan, the outcome is great, L-T ligature is amazing!
wow ... what a joy to see how it goes !!!
That 'r' - boom!
Sweet! You make it seem so easy
@Ady C @jackson alves @Mike Jones @Florin Capota @Type and Signs @Simon Ålander @Bart Vollebregt - Wow, thanks for all the kind words, y'all. So wonderful waking up to compliments from some of the people I admire most.
Those ink brushes aren't the easiest things in the world to use, masterfully controlled there.
@Nathan Hornby - At the point of this video, "muscle memory" would be a more appropriate description. :)
@Made By Thomas - Thank you, sir!
I keep watching it over and over and over again.. what a great hand! ( i want one too.)
Dude, that's stylish!
@Karen To @Gert van Duinen - Thanks, guys!
For those saying I made this look easy, that was actually just an illusion of my own. There's now an attachment just for you. :) // @Joseph Alessio @Bart Vollebregt @Nathan Hornby
Haha that's awesome @Ryan! Love it. Can I have a few of those for my personal collection? ^_^ They're all great! The final is perfect, though - the difference between great and perfect can be huge.
Really awesome shot, I really like how you've done this (and if it's possible, I love the attachment even more!)
by Ryan Hamrick
(big guy attached)
10 months ago
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