Ghostly 3D Paintings on Layers of Fine Netting

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These ghostly portraits in three dimensions are a creation by Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew, a 33-year old Thai artist. In an 2014 interview he explained: “each process might be a little different depending on the work, but mainly it starts from a digital drawing of twisted lines in human form. The digital drawing is then printed life-size to set the base form and texture. The following layers are painted in oil color in the “tulle-painting style.” Over time, I have learnt that the tulle demands a different way of creating realistic light and shadow for the material. The top layer gives details for the optical illusion. Then I connect each layer with clear copolymer line to make it all fit together and create depth in the image.”

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One Response to Ghostly 3D Paintings on Layers of Fine Netting

  1. ReyShelley says:

    Wow!This is the most impressive thing I have seen in a while! Fantastic!

    Like

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