One can lose their way when trying to find the words to describe the art of Daisuke Okamoto, but one way or another, his work will leave you awestruck. His intricate and what seems to be perpetually expanding drawings will keep your eyes traveling across the frame and the his subjects seem to morph and twist as if reaching out of the canvas…
OK, it’s not as exciting as a DSLR, but this isn’t just any ol computer monitor… it’s a color-precise instrument, much like the lenses that you put on that SLR! Looking back at it’s technical marvel, the growth in usage of DSLR’s in the last five years has been phenomenal and there’s been an explosion of vibrantly colored images using shallow DOF all over the net…
The production of this film was your typical low-budget variation: a tight ship with little wiggle room for breaks. In the hustle and bustle of things, I completely forgot to take photos for poster art! That consequently limits the usage down to screen captures, but limitations inspire creativity! Boring is always a choice.