Master Spray Paint Artist

Submitted by: JAK-STEEL 10 years ago in

An artist makes a sci-fi painting, and he does it really fast.
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Female 143
oooo amazing
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Female 1,070
i still think the bottom thing is a little slanted. but otherwise it`s still awesome ^_^
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Male 2,620
Un-f*cking-believable. That takes so much raw creativity it`s sickening. I am in awe.
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Male 210
Bud ugly, but some fine artist!
Who wants to hang that in their livingroom?
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Female 114
Holy crap.. O_O
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Male 74
amazing
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Female 184
That was okay.
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Male 1,364
here is the guys website
http://www.sprej.com/
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Female 46
that......was.......AWESOME! SCI-FI RULES! lol
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Female 89
I`m npot a fan of si-fi but hat pic was GORGEOUS
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Female 6
Wow! Just incredible. I loved seeing how he made it one element at a time.
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Female 199
I wanna try it now!
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Male 1,263
that is kool...but he makes it look way to easy! XD
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Female 655
That Is Friggin Awesome
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Male 1,725
that was awesome
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Male 78
I love these types of videos.
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Male 158
my grandma can do that poo and she has no arms!
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Female 458
I`ve seen alot of these, they make a few of the same paintings over and over again. Repeatedly.
Anyways, the painting was cool.
The flippan camera angles were ANNOYING
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Male 300
"Painting an original spacescape: art. Painting essentially the same spacescape over and over again because every landscape is created by peeling off layers of paint with crumpled up paper: not art."

Ok, so you say this isn`t art. Fair enough.

"Copying your friend`s stickmen but placing them in an original geometric composition: art."

Ah wait, so painting the same ideas in different ways is art. You say all his stuff is essentially the same in technique, so it`s not art. Right. Well if you use the same techniques to build different stickmen and that counts as art, why doesn`t painting different spacescapes with the same techniques count?

You must enjoy contradicting yourself. While the picture looks amazing, you don`t like him because he does things the easy way. He uses simplicity to make something amazing. And you say that`s not stylish? Yeah, he should make his audience wait around for hours as paints.

You sir, make an artform out of contradiction.

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Male 354
Truly awesome.
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Female 368
some guys do that stuff in San Francisco and I could watch them for hours...amazing skills....I even bought a few...they are beautiful .
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Male 203
Yuck!
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Male 626
XD I got one from him! I saw him in Ibiza (I think) and I watched him make one then then i got it from him. It is purple and blue with a bit planet and 2 space stations and the land has the same line effects as on this one. Same signature with 2004 on it. This guy was class and I am glad I got to see him in action again, i still got the picture on my wall ^_^
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Female 601
I thought it was good. That`s probably only because I could never do anything like that in my entire lifetime...

*is art-retarded*

Well, maybe I could do it with Photoshop and patience. But still.

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Male 1,386
holy awesome crap...
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Female 137
amazing no doubt, but in my own personal, VERY personal opinion I don`t consider it art; and I know that it takes some serious skills, and that I have absolutely no talent; so my respects for the guy, but not my style
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Male 274
AND QUIT DOUBLE POSTING!
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Male 274
yeah.......so if all the vandels did that i don`t think we would be complaining. BUT NOOOO! they`re all emo and just draw these gay gang symbols and nag for attention from people daring them to tag impossible places that are just as impossible to clean so everyone has to stare at that P.O.S. wanna-be "statement" if their socialy corrupt society other know as emo`s and gangs. I sorry, i never really thought about that till now. AND ITS ALL THIS VIDEO"S FAULT! T-T stupid emo`s
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Female 105
"Sense of depth? Some objects appear closer to the canvas than others. Color? Space is black as it should be, and the planet`s surface`s color is entirely left up to the artist`s imagination (glad it`s not brown or green, as Earth). Contrast? The brightness of the comet and light of the coronas fade into space. Value? Tell me, how are you making that judgment? And subtlety? One can only be so subtle with 1. fantasy\space and 2. spray paint."

THANK YOU

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Female 105
"Actually i did do something like that. Ricardo the man that made that painting for me has taught me how to do that. I have sold many. And i can make something like that in like 5 minutes. Again, its not that hard and i`m pretty sure even a person with your intelligence would be able to make something like this."

But the way you stated that a mexican with one arm taught you to do this made that man sound like a retard. yes, many people probably do this, but dont make him sound like he is a loser because everyone else can do this. its just a hobby

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Male 80
that was awesome, just plain incredible i`d like to see more of his work.
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Female 70
very cool.
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Male 2,605
"if you`ve even heard of Mondrian you should know that the mere presence of some darks and lights does not mean one has sense of contrast..."

Obviously I`ve heard of the man, otherwise I wouldn`t have brought him up.

"...and the presence of some color does not mean one has a sense of color."

I didn`t say that the presence of color means someone has a sense of color. Ever heard of color blindness? What I was implying is that he has enough sense to color objects appropriately. As far as the orange\redness, the color of far off planets is entirely left up to the imagination of the artist. At least he has a common color scheme, no? I`d say that constitutes a sense of color in itself.

"But pick something you really appreciate."

Art doesn`t have to be classy in order to qualify as art. It may be cheap and expedient according to the other standards, but who am I to say it is not art? He painted a picture, is that not enough?

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Female 54
BTW, wtf is wrong with you?

"Making stickmen out of paperclips; definitely art."

??????????

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Female 54
I want that so badly.

"When he sprays black paint across the entire thing I thought "NO! You ruined it!" lol"

Hahahaha, me too.

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Male 23
That was really cool. I`ve seen something like it before, but I don`t remember where. I`d love to have one of those in my room. :P
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Female 20
I personally found the painting to be beautiful. A bit cliche, yes, but still beautiful. I`m not good at art (except Photoshop, which only counts as digital art.), but for something that took roughly 9 minutes, it was very pretty. Not a masterpiece, by any means, but this sort of thing is still rather neat.
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Female 5
dude... :-O
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Male 493
Overmann - if you`ve even heard of Mondrian you should know that the mere presence of some darks and lights does not mean one has sense of contrast, and the presence of some color does not mean one has a sense of color. By "value" I mean "brightness", not "worth".

Skie_Lok: I`n not even an artist, let alone an art major.

I don`t mean to be elitist - there`s a line between elitist and being passionate about something, and apparently I`m over the line. Sorry. But pick something you really appreciate. You like cars? This guy is the old honda civic tricked out with the v-tec sticker, 5 spoilers, and garish flame paint job. All flash, no style or substance. You like movies? This guy is Michael Bay: lots of frenetically moving things on fire or exploding in slow motion, no substance. You like music? Britney. You like food? Emeril.

I just google searched spray paint art. There`s way better stuff than this using the same medium.

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Male 187
btw, all of u who say this guys work isnt freakin amazing and comparing him to `real` artists please stfu. wat u guys are thinking of are masterpieces painted by famous artists and ure comparing their artwork to some guy on a street painting with spray cans."oh my it has no artistic value or sense of depth..etc." i mean wtf ITS GODDAMN SPRAYCAN ART DONE BY SOME GUY ON THE STREET WHOS ONLY MATERIALS ARE SPRAYCAN LIDS AND PIECES OF CARDBOARD WTF DO U EXPECT!? THE FRIGGIN MONA LISA DONE WITH SPRAYPAINT AND NEWSPAPER GEEZ MAN WTF IS WRONG WITH U Y DONT U JUST WALK AROUND UR NEIGHBOURHOOD CRITIQUING GRAFFITI!? OH NO THAT GRAFFITI HAS NO ARTISTIC VALUE OR DEPTH ITS 2D! NO FU.CKIN SH.IT ITS DONE WITH SPRAYPAINT AND LIMITED MATERIALS SAME WITH WAT THIS GUY DID so please stop being such a$$holes and admit that wat that guy just did takes a tremendous amount of talent and skill
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Male 187
at the end i was like HOLY SH.IT HES GONNA BURN IT NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO but then i was like oh right but then i saw the end of the paper catch on fire and was like NOOOOOOOOO but then he blew it out so alls good
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Male 21
Wow, a lot of pretentious art majors out there apparently. This guy has created something all these nay-sayers could not duplicate, so what if he does it one time or a hundred times. Spray paint is a very difficult medium to use and I think he uses it immaculately. I don`t care who you are or what your credentials are, coming on to I-A-B and trying to tell the world what art is, is just pathetic.
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Male 2,605
"...this guy... doesn`t have any sense of depth, color, contrast, value, or subtlety."

Sense of depth? Some objects appear closer to the canvas than others. Color? Space is black as it should be, and the planet`s surface`s color is entirely left up to the artist`s imagination (glad it`s not brown or green, as Earth). Contrast? The brightness of the comet and light of the coronas fade into space. Value? Tell me, how are you making that judgment? And subtlety? One can only be so subtle with 1. fantasy\space and 2. spray paint.

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Male 2,605
"Painting essentially the same spacescape over and over again because every landscape is created by peeling off layers of paint with crumpled up paper: not art."

One could attribute this to artistic style, DiePSPolice. I can doodle and draw cartoons, but they all look similar and some of the features are the same. Music artists, it can be argued, also have their own style.

The methods of creating art play a lesser role in comparison to the finished product. Is a pot made only with one`s hands considered more artistic than a pot made with a potter`s wheel? No. If the artist in this video has to use a paper corner to properly paint the curve of a comet, what difference does it make to the finished product? And so what if the same technique is frequently used by other artists? It`s a specific kind of art with its own techniques, just as I`m sure there exist such techniques in anime and fingerpainting.

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Female 173
Don`t really like the painting. (not into fantasy)

BUT he`s very talented. And used some very interesting techniques.

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Male 36
friggin awesome
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Female 280
what an awesome talent.
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Male 49
makes me want to go vandalize things
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Female 55
Eh, nuttin too special.
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Male 15
That artist and his spray paintings are truly leet.
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Female 1,492
that was so kick ass!!!
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Male 493
Overmann, as another example, I think the very simple block designs of, say, the Powerpuff Girls or Samurai Jack are art, despite the fact that they are made out of essentially giant solid-colored rectangles and ovals. Do simple shapes with some artistic intent and aptitude and you end up with wildly dynamic shapes and compositions.
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Female 1,070
im sooo jealous... i want to learn spray painting now!!

that was amazing =S

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Male 493
Overmann, I think you are reading my argument backwards. I do think Mondrian`s paintings are art. Space painting man is kind of the opposite of Mondrian - his paintings "look cool" but were executed with no creativity or originality.

Making stickmen out of paperclips; definitely art. Copying your friend`s stickmen: not art. Copying your friend`s stickmen but placing them in an original geometric composition: art. Painting an original spacescape: art. Painting essentially the same spacescape over and over again because every landscape is created by peeling off layers of paint with crumpled up paper: not art. It would be possible to make artistic spacescapes using his methods, but this guy is not, because he doesn`t have any sense of depth, color, contrast, value, or subtlety. He is repeating a bunch of steps.

Thomas Kinkade`s crap is very bad art, despite its apparent complexity in production and passable realism, because there is no creativity or originality.

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Male 570
amazing
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Male 2,605
DiePSPolice, art is art. Would you argue that any number of Mondrian`s paintings (a series of squares and rectangles) are not art simply because they were seemingly easy to produce? How about dribbling paint specks over a canvas, is that not art? What about making stickmen out of paperclips?

The level of simplicity or complexity used in the production of art does not define art itself, but rather it is how said art is perceived that defines it.

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Female 205
I`m so glad I`m not the only one who jumped when the painted the huge black mark.
I was like "NOOOO! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?"

Art or not, the planets looked really cool.
But I prefer Caravaggio.

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Female 145
Squiggly92:"you`re just jealous that you will never be as good as he is. and i doubt that a little mexican with one arm made a better painting than this man did. if its true, that mexican has got some problems"
Actually i did do something like that. Ricardo the man that made that painting for me has taught me how to do that. I have sold many. And i can make something like that in like 5 minutes. Again, its not that hard and i`m pretty sure even a person with your intelligence would be able to make something like this.
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Male 6
Yea, I freaked too with that giant spray of black.. that was so cool
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Male 493
Ugh, see? Check upendy`s link 3 posts up. Different guy, same tricks, same stupid painting. Awful.
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Female 228
that is so cool. wish i could do stuff like dat
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Male 141
*sigh* wish i had that kind of talent... all that im good at drawing are monsterous ravaging aliens..
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Female 1,211
This guy is great!
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Male 493
^^ does that mean McDonald`s is fine dining? The answer is No.

I can vomit on a canvas in far less time than this space painting took to get painted, and while it would not look as good, if I ate the right things I could probably make it more interesting.

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Female 105
you guys also have to remember that this man made the paintning in under 10 minutes. other artists probably spent more than that on most of their pieces
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Female 105
"This isn`t that amazing...I had a very uneducated tiny mexcican with one arm missing make it for me as a gift. He did it in half the time and with much more detail. He was the nicestman i`ve met in a long time. I do not give this guy props...in fact he should practice more."

you`re just jealous that you will never be as good as he is. and i doubt that a little mexican with one arm made a better painting than this man did. if its true, that mexican has got some problems

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Male 493
Pilanus: I would also have no qualms "selling out" the use of my skills. The comparison to a Van Gogh or Picasso is weak, however. Having a distinct style is not the same as having a limited bag of tricks. In any case, for example, Picasso exhibited a wide range of styles (realism in his early works to the cubism he is most famous for; painting and sculpture, etc.), and they all explored and grew in their craft.

But my main problem with this space planetscape guy is that he is almost the epitome of kitsch: "...kitsch is said to be a gesture imitative of the superficial appearances of art. It is often said that kitsch relies on merely repeating convention and formula, lacking the sense of creativity and originality displayed in genuine art."

He has no sense of overall structure in his painting, no sense of contrast (everything is cranked up to 11), no sense of color. His work is indistinguishable from any number of album or book cover art.

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Female 17
Impressive, but I think that some of it had been sped up.
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Female 33
omg, that was awesome. He`s got skills man.
And omg, when he sprayed the black paint at the bottom i was like" noooo, don`t ruin it!!" lol
it looks as if this guy makes it up as he goes along... pretty amazing...
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Male 674
Yes, i have seen, better, but i would not say that his paintings are bad, in fact they are quite good. But to say that he needs to get a life or that his strengths on this painting were narrow, are probably the wong way to look at it. If i were him, and i loved painting, and could make money doing it, i would regardless of what other people would have me do to be "Productive" and an excessive use of rimlight in that painting does not nessicarily mean that he does it like that in every painting. Would you say that Van Gough, or Picasso, or Di Vinci, or Michelangelo were bad painters because they painted one picture with favor of a certian technique?
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Female 145
This isn`t that amazing...I had a very uneducated tiny mexcican with one arm missing make it for me as a gift. He did it in half the time and with much more detail. He was the nicestman i`ve met in a long time. I do not give this guy props...in fact he should practice more.
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Female 268
^^^^too true and too funny
thomas kinkade hehehe
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Male 493
I`m not even a particularly good painter, and I can paint better than him. It`s not art in the same way that color-by-numbers is not art. You paint by numbers and you end up with something that looks cool, but there is no artistry in it. He`s got about 5 or 6 tricks with circular, square, and straightedged masks and spraypaint, so all his paintings look exactly the same. Rimlights are easy to draw, so everything has a rimlight on it. He can slightly move things around and make lots of sort-of-unique looking paintings, but not really. It would be as hard for him to draw a single human face as it would be for Michael Bay to direct a scene with honest emotion or drama - they`re both the same: all flash, no substance. This guy is the Thomas Kinkade of sci-fi. Kinkade has endless, vapid mountains and warm hearths, and this guy has endless rimlit, randomly textured planets with streaky comets and rings. Blegh. It`s like the Spice Girls of painting.
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Male 716
I`d see you come up with techniques to make a picture like that, DiePSPolice, and what makes you say it is not art?
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Female 2,552
Really fast? I think not.
But that`s reaaaaally cool.
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Male 493
Ugh, he is not talented; nor is that art. It`s just a series of about half-a-dozen tricks he`s taught himself to do. Any artist would think, rightly so, that this guy is a hack.
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Female 112
erm, awesome.
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Male 2,216
Some of the video WAS sped up, especially near the beginning. And yes, these artists are in the UK and Spain too, its not a REALLY common thing, but common enough for street traders, its also really talented and cool! And to the person who said "he needs a life"... he makes pieces of art, AND gets money for it, and those pictures will be around for a long time. What have YOU done?
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Male 1,647

I`m sure the video wasn`t sped up. And despite what I might say next? Those of you going `get a life`? Just STFU and die for us, please. Otherwise lets see -you- do that.

I like his style, and he makes it fun, to say the least, and good for him for finding his niche in life, seriously!

Buuut.. (and you all saw this coming, I`m sure!) I have to call his painting cliche. Tacky? Eh, not tacky, just cliche. Multiple moons, funky shapes, vivid colors.. key components to sci-fi, and little more. AND, as others have pointed out, he broke an important rule of art with his signature.. big, too contrasting, draws the eye away from the important part of the painting.

Lastly.. I didn`t see much choreography going on in his art, not to mention it`s obvious he`ll `repeat` designs.

But if he`s making money off of it, enjoys it, entertains `and` survives... hell, have at man. They`re still beautiful!

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Male 357
this video was not sped up. watched a guy in NYC do a few pictures like this, they are very fast; they have to be...paint drys fast. they are cool, but too tacky for words. the wonder of it is watching it being done, otherwise they are useless!
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Male 222
When I used to paint, my teacher made marks that I thought clashed, then turned them into something magnificent :O
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Female 2,220
Holy POO.
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Male 779
I thought he ruined it a few times... But the end product was fantastic!
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Female 34
Woah, that was pretty bad ass. Amazing skill, the painting itself was pretty awesome, everytime he made a mark, i was like `NOOOO!!! It will look lke crap!` but it turned out awesome, I wouldnt mind having one like that. ^_^
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Male 643
"An artist makes a sci-fi painting, and he does it really fast."

So fast you had to speed up the video.

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Female 963
That was so amazing!
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Male 701
that was really cool...the painting was pretty nice and like r4ph43l i though he ruined it with the black paint across the whole thing
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Female 1,065
I`ve seen this guy at New York or possibly New Jersey, he`s really good at landscapes and stuff and his paintings aren`t all that expensive either. Really, really cool.
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Female 411
wow. simply amazing
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Female 718
that was amazing, some of his techniques were fast and looked really good. im suprised the whole thing didnt go up in flames when he brought the flame thrower out.
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Female 419
It took too long to load so I didn`t see it.
I have no patience.

Probably try it again after.

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Female 294
It was really cool. But I wouldn`t want one of his paintings unless I got to see him make it - that`s the whole point.
And did his signature have to be so overwhelmingly large? He took up the whole right hand corner.
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Female 330
As said before on the first page, I also thought he was ruining the picture when he sprayed black all over it.
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Female 1,403
He`s really good, but those paintings were leaning on the Bob Ross side. Good skills, tacky painting.
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Female 600
Not a fan of sci-fi but his technique is cool.
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Female 300
I could do that...i just dont want to
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Male 2,372
This guy needs to get a [email protected]` life!
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Female 1,025
at the end, with the fire, i thot he was gonna burn it bcuz no1 was clapping or anything. lqtm

that was awesome!!

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Male 4,393
... cool
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Male 1,039
Oh, and very cool end product.
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Male 1,039
Obviously the fire was to speed up the drying process of the paints and the clear acrylic he sprayed on at the end. :-?
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Male 242
OMG. that`s so freaking awesome. where can I get one?
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Female 1,944
and what was the fire for?
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Female 1,944
sorry i dont like sci fi
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Male 85
ok, he`s fast and everything.. but the video was fastened up....
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Female 26
man that was freaking awesome lol
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Male 131
i´ve seen a couple of people that do something like that on the streets of Mexico city and Cancun. Though, this guy is above the average.
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Male 1,217
WOW. i thought he screwed up the pic so many times, but it was AMAZING.
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Male 315
Does anyone know who this guy is, or more importantly, where I can buy one of his pictures? A website maybe? Anything?
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Male 2,796
There is not just one artist that does this. Despite that fact, it is a pretty good talent. It seems like they would have a cap on the size of canvas they could use though.
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Female 26
At the beginning, I was thinking, "This is gunna be crap." Then when he kept spraypainting over it, I was thinking, "Noooo! WTF are you doing?!" But it looked so great at the end. I kept going, "Ohhhhh! That`s why he did that." Good job, dude.
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Male 121
It is cool, but there`s a lot of ppl doing it... There`s a guy and gal in Tampa that used to show up to the raves and concerts and do that.
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Male 5,094
Guignol: It doesn`t have either wolves nor dolphins, can`t be redneck then. ;)
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Male 312
Guignol, I think you mean billy bass, the singing fish!
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Female 182
funky...
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Male 5,094
I`ve seen plenty of street artists do it, always wondered how the effects were done. Doesn`t seem that hard, apart from the perfect 3D grid he drew on freehand.
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Female 116
so kl...
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Male 17
Sci-fi painting is la creme de la creme of the redneck furnishing.
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Female 319
My lord that was good! I wish I had his talent! D:
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Male 236
so u like my work then
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Male 943
that was cool to see how he built all of the different elements
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Male 260
R4lph: Me too I thought he was vandalizing his own painting lol.
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Female 1,496
Suicism, don`t be a moron. Although his skills are pretty impressive, I would not want some space painting on my wall...a little on the tacky side. Some of his other paintings looked neat.
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Female 153
Holy crap that was bad-assed.
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Male 3,631
Let`s see some ghetto niggas pull THAT one off!
"Anything you do the White man does better..."
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Male 2,567
dayum
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Female 1,211
That was sweet!
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Female 173
"VERY tacky," indeed.
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Male 130
Some of that had to be in fast motion.

He is very good, you think he invest in an air gun. Save money in the long run.

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Male 99
I wish I could find this dude and get a painting kinda similar to the one he paints in the movie...
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Male 36
Incredible stuff
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Male 106
Anyone know what the guy`s name is? I`d love to look up more of his stuff
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Male 2,586
Yeah, I`ve seen this in Las Vegas too - don`t think it was this guy though... I have about 10 of these paintings- they`re amazing! - My walls are covered in them :-)
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Male 49
i love how it comes toghether
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Male 2,216
Fascinating! I`ve seen these pictures before, in fact I have 2 at home my uncle gave me, he said the artist used paint lids and stuff too. Although I think this artist did his signature a bit big, I dont think anyone could not be fascinated or impressed by that artistic skill!

The music was funny, "whoop-whoop-whoop whip-whip-whoop-whoop" lol

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Female 123
Wow This is niffty. Many times when I was watching this I kept thinking he was gonna ruin it by putting a mark down. Man I wish I had this kinda skill.
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Female 694
Yep, it is, Koala.
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Male 2,576
At the End? Isn`t that some type of seal?
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Male 12
I`ve seen this guy before in Vegas, he works pretty fast.

When he sprays black paint across the entire thing I thought "NO! You ruined it!" lol

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Male 2,576
The Guy has Talent, no Doupt about it - he makes it look easy.

But like that vermont guy with his painting show and the paintings he makes - VERY tacky.

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Female 422
My dad would love that picture or something like it. I kinda wish that they kept the camera at one angle though.
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Female 267
bad asssss :D
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Female 7
That is pretty damn cool.
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Male 1,364
Link: Master Spray Paint Artist [Rate Link] - An artist makes a sci-fi painting, and he does it really fast.
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