New Snoop Dogg Video Made on iPad App
Harris drew individual frames and recorded each separately, then emailed them to himself, opened the file on a viewer application then exported the sequence as a movie file. "Each time I lifted my finger from the canvas a new frame was recorded," he said. "Thirty brush strokes later, and I created one second of video. About 7,000 strokes later, i would have a completed music video, so I kept drawing," he explained.