The Chalk is Ticking – cnwilliams2
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The illusion is clear and the people around it give it the finishing touch it needs to make you believe it could be real, which makes it so breath taking. The chalk work done in the other surroundings make it focus on the girl in the middle of the pond.
The Chalk is Ticking
She typically is the cherry top to this piece because it gives the viewer the realism through the 3D piece. They went viral due to the awes of their work being photographically documented.
There is no limit for this type of art and the possibilities for new creations are endless. That is why I had picked the theme of street art. The paintings above had me in awe. They were so realistic and so in depth with detail it had me believing it could have been real. I honestly had to take a second look at their artwork. Hidden talents are found everyday and it is amazing to see the raw talent put to the test.
These men had went out on a limb with their creativity and it paid off. The internet essentially brought their art to attention. Without the internet I would have never have been able to read about and experience the works myself.
Drawings by Julian Beever | Modern Made Merch
The beauty of it is that the original art does not last forever. It can be washed away in seconds, never to be seen again. The freedom that these artists possess is respectable.
Knowing the artists will not be stuck in an office and will be out on the street anywhere in the world is captivating. The works created are not in galleries or held up in museums. The beauty of it is that you have to be there to experience it for yourself.
You would be within the moment of something aesthetic in the making. Their talents can take them all over the world to create any piece of art demanded or felt by the artists.
That is why timing is critical and if you want a chance to be able to watch them in person you would have to hurry. The chalk is ticking. Works Cited Dutoit, Nancy. He studied art at Leeds Met.
University between the years of His work became wildly popular around the year This left an unusual rectangle of paving slabs which gave me the idea to convert this in to a drawn swimming pool in the middle of the high street! It worked so well I tried other variations such as a well with people falling in. Because these pieces are not lasting, established works, there is not a specific date or location of creation attached to them. This drawing is not only amazingly well executed, but it is humorous as well.
The river is very realistic as it winds backwards behind the people. It was great to use actual people in this drawing to make the three-dimensional aspect stand out even more. The colors he chose for the water and for the raft are very well selected. It makes the entire drawing seem realistic but it also gives it an animated look as well.
I love that the artist incorporated a legitimate three-dimensional bench into the drawing to continue the snail onto.
Using objects other than the ground help to enhance the three-dimensional aspect; especially in this drawing. That kind of detail support his end goal of making it look like it is existing in real life.
Beever captured the essence of Coke in this drawing. The old-fashioned coke bottle looks as if the sun is hitting it directly. I love how he drew a very subtle shadow onto the ground below the bottle to again enhance its three dimensionality. I love how the frog is looking up from under the surface of the water directly at the girl sitting on the lily-pad. The pictures fits perfectly into the theme because everything about it looks three-dimensional!
Every detail that Beever included makes it look real. Unless your eyes as focused intently on the faint cracks in the pavement, the picture looks like it possesses actual depth!
3D Illusion Street Art by Julian Beever | cypenv.info
He is hanging directly below the guy who is sitting on the street which creates the illusion of a longer drop and distance between the two of them. I appreciate the smaller background detail in this drawing. It is hard to argue that Julian Beever has an amazing talent for three-dimensional street artwork.
Like Beever, Kurt Wenner is equally as talented in the same style. Wenner, an American, began street painting back in Unlike Beever, Wenner used his own handmade pastels to create his artwork.
He too was fascinated by anamorphic art. That is pretty dang cool to me.