The Scarecrow: Making a Character Piece | Link TV
The Scarecrow: Making a Character Piece
A documentary showing the process of creating a character starting from a simple sketch to a fully developed gallery show piece.
"The Scarecrow" documents the complete step-by-step process of creating a character, starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed gallery show piece in 2016 debuting at Jim McKenzie's "Lost Magic" at Copro Gallery. McKenzie used Magic Sculpt epoxy clay.
For more art, visit Jim McKenzie's website. jimmckenzie.net and to purchase pieces from the show, click here copronason.com/jim/
Film by: Jim McKenzie
Music: Jim McKenzie, Tomi Ervi
Orchestration: Tomi Ervi
Gallery Footage: Dave Yeaman
Caster: Christopher Dumbos
Cakemaker: Dante Nuno of Fire And Icing
Paint Assistant: Kenneth Christian
Special thanks to: Aardman Nathan Love, Erica Miller & Gary Pressman of Copro Gallery, and Trust Collective
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