This year, one of David's and my goals is to explore as many new materials as possible. While we typically rely on wood and paint for our sets, our recent experiments into using new materials have led our creativity down exciting new paths. Introducing new materials always brings a mix of excitement and uncertainty. It's impossible to predict how a new material will impact our work or how effectively it will translate on camera. The more we engage with a new material, the better we become at manipulating and controlling it. Mastery only comes through practice
But to truly evolve and progress in art, we must continuously challenge ourselves. The introduction of new materials may induce a bit of anxiety for those who prefer planning and anticipation, but I'm setting that aside and embracing the unknown. It's about pushing boundaries and welcoming uncertainties. Enter blue slime.
Since I was a kid, I’ve had a secret dream of sliming someone thanks to Nickelodeon. So the idea of using slime in a photoshoot was pretty enticing.
How to Make Slime:
What you need:
Step One: Purchase the DIY Slime Kit
Step Two: Fill your bucket with water according to the desired slime quantity. We made 5 gallons of slime per bucket.
Step Three: Add the slime powder. One ounce of slime powder makes 1 gallon of slime. Adjust the quantity for thicker slime.
Step Five: Have an epic slime photoshoot.
Watch the youtube video to see the full shoot!