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Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Most of the people?s artistic abilities are hardly good to draw respectable stick figure. But what this artist does, is more than amazing: His paintings are completely photo-realistic and correct in terms of perspective. I thought that these little creatures were being kept in small containers until I realized what it really was: those are acrylic paintings underneath several layers of resin.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings


This fish is actually a small painting on the bottom of a wooden bowl.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings


It is painted using a special method. The fish?s body is painted on several layers of resin to create a three-dimensional effect.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings


Here is the first layer of resin being applied. The artist waits until the liquid substance hardens.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings


Then the fish, including all the exquisite details, are painted on the hardened layer to create the perfect illusion.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings


When the fish is finished and the paint is dry, the artwork looks like this:

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

A last layer of resin is applied. The substance doesn?t create just a 3D effect, it also helps to make the colors more brilliant.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

A fish in the water? It?s actually something completely different than what you think.

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

Animals Swimming Unbelivable Paintings

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