See How One Amazing Artist Builds 3D Recreations Of The World's Most Famous Masterpieces
by N/A, 8 years ago | 1 min read
Svitlana PostelgaÂ uses plasticineâ€“something you can find in a children's art kitâ€“to make both recreations of famous works of art and originals. The results are beautifully crafted and astoundingly detailed.
Plasticine is a type of colored modeling clay. You probably remember it from art class in grade school. Svetlana uses it in a very adult way to recreate paintings.
Svetlana's take on da Vinci's The Vitruvian Man.
The three-dimensional effect of using plasticine gives the classic imagines renewed emotional life.
Recreation based onÂ Leda and the Swan copy by Francesco Melzi.Â
The coloring is remarkable.
Svetlana's take on Perseus and Andromeda by Peter Paul Rubens.
The paintings she chooses to recreate are some of the most iconic and important in human history. Thus, the recreations are massive undertakings.
Recreation of The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo.Â
Svetlana's take on Kissing by Alex Grey.
Seriously, how do you do this with modeling clay? Or at all, for that matter?
Recreation of Tiger Hunt by Peter Paul Rubens.
Svetlana's take on The Emperor by Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
Do not show me this again