Here is video about making mural in Dnipro city, Ukraine this summer for “Mural Fest Dnipro” festival, post about: Mural “Refraction” in Dnipro city, Ukraine
Murals today is a very popular kind of art. The Dnepro also does not lag behind other cities. Here in the month of June there was a festival of murals. Beautiful large drawings on the facades of buildings are well seen and adorn the city of Dnepro. Now it’s so nice to drive past these buildings and look at the 3 d mural on the wall. Not the shabby walls, but beautiful wall paintings. Thank the artists for this art.
Wow, I love videos that are shot on drone. From the height of the bird’s flight the picture becomes simply incredibly beautiful. In comparison with other houses, there is a life on the house with a drawing. In terms of what the building does not look so gray, like the rest of the buildings. How much time it took you to draw such of this 3d street painting? Very cool video and beautiful drawing.
Yeahh, this street art is really cool! You painted the city’s gray wall in bright colors! Well done! How much paint was needed for this “skyscraper”? I’m sure people from this house are happy to have such a large and bright picture. And I think neighbors are pleased to look at the wall of the house. Love it! There is need to paint every building in every city like this. It will be great.
Wow from me, too! It really took time and hard work! Looking at how you do this, I understand that before you start you have to think over every step of the making mural. You have to take all the paints for each part of the picture with you at once, have you? Could look at how you do it for hours. As for the picture – I like the color shades you’ve chosen and the idea. Wish to see your murals in Kiev.
I don’t know, how could that immense work be real. It’s so giant and probably takes an incredible amount of time! I really enjoy murals, and it does’n t matter when was they drawn: in our or last time, and I glad do hear and see that modern artists want to draw the chef-d’oeuvres like that graffity.
Dear author, I whole-heartedly admire your work and wish that you’ll draw more 🙂
Thank you so much for this video! It’s absolutely unbelievable how one person could make this gorgeous mural alone! And the film is great, it’s interesting to look at your work with bird’s-eye 🙂
I was wondering how you created this giant mural yourself, without help, and here’s the answer 🙂 Thanks for sharing this great video with us, it’s always interesting to watch the process of creation by an artist. I see lots of hard work and I think all the inspiration comes to you on the stage of an idea, is that correct? Respect to you and your talent!
3d anamorphic art is popular in Ukraine these days. This video shows the example of a very nice and unique mural. The artist is very skillful, I imagine how hard it is to work on such a big painting. I think it’s a good idea to decorate boring concrete buildings with murals, it gives the area special atmosphere. And also it’s easier to explain where one lives, just to say – the house with a tomtit, and the address becomes clear 🙂
How do you put so many ideas in your head? You have very cool 3d art. It seems to me that many people who are just beginning to study 3d anamorphic painting are worth learning from you))) Thanks for the video, it was very interesting to see how this street art was created. Thanks to you Dnipro has become more colorful now. Creative success in furure to you from me hah
That’s not the first video of your murals that I have seen but I still can’t understand how it can be done. Firstly, it’s incrediably dangerous. The building is really high. Secondly, it smust be windy so the process of painting becomes terribly difficult. Thirdly, the mural is so big that the creator can’t see what the result is until he comes down and looks what the mural is like… I would say that it is impossible if I hadn’t seenn it with my own eyes