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2012 Utah Foster Care Chalk Festival

2y ago
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Artist Clayton Tycksen set his sights on filling up 80 square feet (16'x5') of concrete with his piece for this year's Utah Foster Care chalk festival. With a theme of "Superheroes" set for the event, and the recent success of The Avengers motion picture, Clayton chose to chalk a mural of both Iron Man and Captain America (plus it's just cool!). Some interesting statistics about the drawing: 1 artist 16' x 5 ' = 80 sq. ft. Used over 6 boxes of chalk 29.5 hours of continuous drawing This is Clayton's 4th chalk drawing to-date A time-lapse video was also produced. With one photo every 20 seconds, there were more than 5000 photos taken. This video will be posted shortly. Click here to subscribe and be notified: http://bit.ly/MNpIhc M4 was proud to once again sponsor Clayton and produce this video for the chalk festival and fundraiser, hosted by and benefitting the Utah Foster Care Foundation. This annual event helps raise awareness and much needed funds for foster care. Congratulations to the UFCF for putting on yet another successful festival. M4 is a proud sponsor of the Utah Foster Care Foundation. http://www.utahfostercare.org/ M4 welcomes Jace LeRoy to our team of incredible creatives. Jace served as Director of Photography and Editor on this video, and was present for the entire 30 hours during the drawing to capture it for you. For his first project as part of the M4 team, his skills both behind the camera and in the editing bay have produced a video that equals or surpasses the very subject which it documents. We're both excited and proud to have Jace as a permanent part of our team! M4 is a full-service creative agency, specializing in video, design, web and interactive media. http://m4.com Produced by M4 Executive Producer: Christopher M. Jones Producer: Clayton Tycksen Director of Photography / Editor: Jace LeRoy Artwork: Clayton Tycksen Music: "Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor)" by John Murphy (from the Sunshine motion picture) Equipment Used: Canon 5D Mk II camera (time-lapse) Canon 5D Mk III cameras (tri-pod, jib, handheld, and steadicam) Canon Lens EF 16-35mm 2.8L USM Canon Lens EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Canon Lens EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Canon Lens EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM Zacuto Z-Finder Optical Viewfinders Marshall V-LCD50 On-Camera LCD Monitor Cobra Crane Backpacker Jib Glidecam HD-2000 Kessler Crane Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly (36") Manfrotto 535K carbon tripod with 504HD Pro Video Head Other various Manfrotto tripods