Beautiful Snowy Scenes Made With Spray
These scenes may be wintry as can be, but they had the opposite effect on my heart! Tom Baker, from Berkshire, UK, has a really special talent. Not only does he paint these windows just using snow spray and a dried brush on request, he does it in places such as children's hospitals to cheer up everyone in the vicinity. Take a look at his wonderful work:
Amazing Watercolor Expressive Animal Paintings
When I was a little boy, I lived in the countryside in a modest little
family. My parents did not have enough money to buy me fancy toys. As a
compensation, my mother gave me a drawing book and a set of markers. From that
very moment Iíve spent most of my time sketching and drawing instead of playing.
For me, a piece of paper is a playground that could be filled with anything. I
have the freedom to build my imagination and I know from the very beginning that
I have found my joy of life. Since I was in the kindergarten till the high
school, I continued to harness my skill autodidactically. I was challenged to
use various mediums, such as spidols, pencils, crayons, and oil. Until one day I
discovered the watercolor paint which has specific difficulty on its own that
caught my heart.
Doing watercolor paintings I donít really give too much attention to the rules
and techniques. What I do is understanding the character of the watercolor, the
paper and the water itself. Watercolor has a wet, expressive, and unpredictable
character. For instance, if I want to make an expressive and whimsical painting
Iíll be using wet on wet technique a lot. Letting the water run freely on the
paper and playing with splashes. The result sometimes doesnít meet the plan, but
that is exactly the beauty of watercoloring. When we reach the understanding of
watercolor we can easily conquer it.
Next thing needed is an inspiration. Inspiration can come from everywhere. For
me especially, nature provides unfathomable inspirations. The living of
creatures and animals in the wild never fail to excite me the most. On the other
side Iím an emotional and a touchy person. I fall in love facilely for beautiful
things. Iím quickly shed tears when I read a sad novel or watch sorrowful event
in real life or even a fiction. Those things motivate me to create watercolor
paintings that contain stories about life in the manner of metaphors. So I turn
an ordinary animal picture into imaginative illustration.
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