You can paint on only about anything, and people do. You name it, someone has embellished on it. Canvas, wood, stone, faces — we can paint on it. But what about something a small less…solid? Could we paint on, say, water?
If portrayal on H2O sounds impossible, afterwards only watch. A travel artist shows us how we can, in fact, paint on water. The technique is identical to formulating streaked paper, and has indeed been used by artists and craftspeople for hundreds of years to get beautiful, swirling patterns and colors.
First of all, a aspect here isn’t just H2O — it’s churned with a piece that creates it somewhat thicker and some-more jelly-like. This helps a paint boyant and widespread out some-more slowly.
The artist uses syringes, pins, and combs to emanate designs.
Here’s how we paint on water, all accompanied by some really chill music:
Paper marbling, infrequently called ebru art (as it is in a video), is an aged skill, though it never fails to dazzle when watched in action.