Video: The artist painted a stunning miniature of the city in 150 hours
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
The young artist spent 150 hours painting some stunning urban miniatures, rich in symbols and numerous details. Works made with simple ink markers can be viewed for hours with a magnifying glass - after all, the city streets are inhabited by the most incredible characters.
Artist using a pseudonym Mr. Guil, loves travel, architecture and the hectic pace of the metropolis. He also knows history well, including numerous urban legends. Therefore, complex drawings reflected not only the images of modern characters, but also mythological creatures. With due attention, the viewer will see a chain of relationships between them, but for this you need to spend a lot of time studying the miniatures. However, they are worth it, because according to the author's words, there is not a single superfluous detail in the drawings.
Mr. Guil paid attention not only to drawing characters, but also to the creation of architectural elements, including interior details of apartments. You can peek through the tiny windows using a high-power magnifying glass to see the interior of your home. In addition, the city is inhabited bizarre animals and birds that can be found in the most unexpected places.
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