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June 18, 2007

More Etch-a-Sketch action

Almost two years ago, I had a post about George Vlosich's Etch-A-Sketch artwork. That post linked to a site hosted by the Lakewood, Ohio public library.

George has a site of his own now that features his Etch-A-Sketch drawings and even offers to sell prints. (H.T. MacRaven)

EtchedInTime.jpg

What's more, I discovered that George also has a video clip on YouTube. Here's a stop action movie of him making a portrait of LeBron James, who plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The etching took 5 hours; in the video it's compressed to 187 seconds.

And here's another clip of him being interviewed on MSNBC, which features many of his etchings.


Update: Ron Morse left a comment with a link to his site: "For more and different types of Etch A Sketch pieces, check out my site: http://www.etcha.net."

Here's one of the etchings in his slide show there (which is roughly a dozen different etchings).

RonMorse.jpg

Posted by joke du jour at June 18, 2007 06:01 PM

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Yup, it's amazing what can be done on an Etch. George is top-notch. For more and different types of Etch A Sketch pieces, check out my site: http://www.etcha.net
I'll be adding more pieces as soon as I can get some photos taken and upload them
Hope you find something you like there. Feel free to drop me a line at aka.etcha@gmail.com
thanks

Posted by: etcha at June 19, 2007 05:44 PM

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