I always admired the way traditional Japanese ink paintings have an uncanny ability to capture a frozen moment with such simple brush strokes. Riusuke Fukahori takes this to the next level by painting hyper realistic 3D goldfish using traditional techniques. The fish are meticulously painted on resin, layer-by-layer, like wafer slices that come together to create life-like marvels of beauty and technique. What I love about this is his inspiration came from a humble pet goldfish that he only started painting because he was going through an artist’s version of writers block.
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