And here is 3d street painting “Emptiness” time lapse form the 3d street art festival in Mogilovo, Bulgaria. Post you can find here: 3d Street Painting in Bulgaria
Yeah, i remember this painting from your previous post… And this time it`s fun to watch how it`s been done step by step. It`s quite a cool idea to make vidos about your work, it makes us all feel how hopeless we are at painting in general and 3d art in particular haha Maybe one day you can film lessons and teach people the basics of the street painting. Think of it! 😉
So this is how the emptiness looks like 🙂 You know, apart from your paintings i also love the names you used to invent for them. Thanks to it we can get closer to the main idea of the artwork, its concept… and it helps us to understand the meaning of it.
3D art is not only about pictures but titles as well. And together it works the best way that`s possible… as for my thinking 🙂
Absolutely agree about the names of the pictures. Being untitled these 3d paintings would remain just nice pictures on the wall or on the pavement. Very professional and impressive but not much more than just a work of street art you can see in most of big cities. But the names given discover a philisophical message they comprise and make them real works of art.
Watching you create 3d anamorphic painting is not less interesting than evaluation of the final result 🙂 3d graffity is surely some kind of art, that’s why it’s getting more and more popular around the world. I wish I could see it with my own eyes, no doubt it’s even more exciting. As for this painting, I really like emptiness effect, you nailed it very well.
Wow, that’s so impressive. I always wanted to know how the 3D paintings are made. How do you manage to create such an optic illusion? You watch through the camera or maybe there are some fixed points that help you to orient?
I’ve seen 3d art in my native town, but I am afraid they are made with a wrong angle which is the most important thing, right? I still can’t understand how to choose it.
Great! For the time being this 3d street painting is my favourite. Looks not only beautiful and impressive but also very stylish and seems really philosophical. The last view where the creator is in the middle of his work seems especially meaningful. And the music is exciting and mesmerizing just like the painting itself. A really nice video and a really amazing painting.
I would a bit scared to feel this 3D illusion under feet! If the plant in the center symbolizes the Earth, then “The Emptiness” is a kind of warning for the people who destroy our planet. Am I right?
Don’t you think that it would be funnier to paint it face to the door? 😀 Just imagine, a man goes out and sees a precipice under the feet! I would like to see his face.
The time lapse looks great through the fisheye lens.
Yeah, I love the paintings’ names, too! Knowing the artist’s philosophical frame of mind, now I first look at the paintings on a preview for some time and then check their names – and often my ideas and feelings about the work turn upside down, like with the mural “Envy”, for example. I also tried to guess the name of this 3d painting, but failed 🙂 But its name suits it all right 🙂
It’s amazing! Such a technique! I have always admired 3d street art. But I haven’t seen anything like this on the streets of the city. I really want to see how people create these masterpieces in the festival. It’s very interesting to see how master makes his creation because this art is process and not just a result.
This is such an impressive 3D street painting. I cannot believe my eyes! You are an amazing painter with unique talent. It is a pleasure to see your new works, especially 3D street paintings. This one called “Emptiness” is really interesting. I like the falling pawns. It seems like a real emptiness where everything is falling down…. I am waiting for more videoos! 🙂
So this is how you see the emptiness… Interesting vision and great technique! I have always been amazed by optical illusion, I just cannot believe my eyes! It is my favorite 3D street painting so far! I would want to see it in real. However, I am a little afraid of this falling illusion. Of course, I will not fall but it seems so real!! By the way, you give really interesting names to your works! Great job!!
Oh My God! I am soo impressed! This painting is magical. I imagine how scary it feels standing in front of the painting. You could literally feel the “emptiness”. (And so many photos could be made there 😀 ). Yeah, the name is quite interesting. Actually, I have noticed that you are giving really unusual names to your paintings. It involves more people, so more people can see your great work!
Firstly, I thought it is a pool near the house.. but after watching the whole video I saw the process of making this incredible 3D street paining. This illusion seems so real even on the time lapse. Here we can see the whole effort you have put in your work. I have always wondered how it is possible to paint an optical illusion. How it must be hard to do it in larger space!
It’s incredible! Every time you were on your graffiti I thought you would fall down. But you are safe and sound! It looks like some sort of magic.
This painting reminds me of Salvatore Dali or Rene Magritt. I am so happy that graffities like yours exist in our world. You make really beautiful 3d graffities, it is a real art.
By the way, how was the art festival? Was it your only work for it or you have more?