maandag 16 november 2015

Monday Mural

Another 3D painting at the festival in Almere City. This one is in progress, the left wing has it contours but has to be finished yet.

The artists uses a lens to get a good look for painting the special effect.

And this is the end result made by "Roberto-Kuenstler"
Linking to "Monday Murals"

25 opmerkingen:

  1. 3D images are fascinating. I just can't get my head around how they do it.

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  2. Good eyes and talented hands came up with this art piece.

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  3. It looks like it would take off at any moment, Marianne. Perfect 3D.

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  4. Incroyable! I wish we had more like this in Perth. Super fab find Marianne.

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  5. How interesting that artists are painting on the pavement.

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  6. I am with Fun60. Its beyond me to visualize how to do it.

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  7. I've never seen a three D painting. I'll be looking for them as they are pretty neat.

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  8. Really good. Clever design and fun to look at too.

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  9. That's for sharing the lens view, b. It explains a lot.

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  10. Wow! a 3D one!
    I don't know why I never come across these. I've only seen pics of 3D paintings. :(

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  11. Love this 3-D airplane - way cool!
    Have a Great Week!!
    Peace :)

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  12. I have only seen one..In Mexico. Such talent!

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  13. Fascinating. And funny that they use a magnifying lens to paint the details.

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  14. I am in awe of the skill needed to create this piece. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  15. I haven't ever seen anything like this.
    The painting - or street mural - is fantastic.

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