Here is a 20-minute animation project that I put together. I recently finished putting together the soundtrack. The painting and shooting took place over 17 days from May to September 2013. The images were created with spray paint and paint rollers. I started using an old digital video camera, but that died on the first day of shooting. So the rest of the footage was shot on a Nikon D80 that I borrowed and some shots were taken with a Fujifilm Finepix point-and-shoot. The audio was recorded on my computer. There is a track with acoustic guitar and one with clean electric guitar as well as several layers of guitar played through the Basic Audio Gnarly. For the title sequence I used a Dunlop EJ Fuzz Face and an Ibanez DDL-10 Digital Delay II. I also used various reverb and echo plug-ins. There are a few segments where the "percussion" is from me recording myself spraying, shaking, rattling and tapping on a can of spray paint. There are also a few tracks of simple MIDI keyboard drones and a handful of sound effects (bicycle wheel spinning, cars rushing by on wet pavement). I spent most of last winter editing the footage and I only finalized the soundtrack this week. The video looks best when viewed at the highest resolution setting (1080p).