Acrylic / resin
Did you draw it by resin?
Is this photograph????
Whoa what in the hell, I thought this was really a photograph, this is beyond amazing! ^^
It is a photograph. It's a photograph of a painting in resin.
Stuff like this just blows my mind. Amazing work!
I totally thought this was a photograph of a real octopus until I started reading the comments. Soooo impressive. That deep red on its head is a beautiful color.
Oh my god this is amazing!
waw that's cool
I want it!!!!!
How did you make the raised body of the octopus?
That is amazing. Must have taken a long time to get it just right.
I love this. Its so lovely.
whattttt this isnt a photo???
Wow, this is awesome!
I actually kind of want to eat that.
so cool !! 👏😀
This is incredible!
Oh this is fantastic! It's really hard to tell where your painting ends and the sculpture begins. Beautifully realistic details in the painting and in the transitions as well as the sculpture itself.
I thought that was real for a second wow!
That looks amazing!
Wow, really cool how you did this
Acrylic is the translucent part, right?
DUDE HOW DID YOU EVEN DO THIS?
this has given me inspiration once more!
I was thougt it was real, but when I saw "acrylic" my mind just make a huuge "BANG". But, just in case : it's not real ?
i love it <3 wonderfull
HOw the...... how did you du this?
thank you for your art, Master
love it!!! Now my dream is to be as good as you!
Beautifully done !
where and how can i buy please? firstname.lastname@example.org
Are the originals for sale anywhere? Or, just prints? I'd like to see pricing / information. Thanks so much!!
I like this one too. When I first saw it I thought, "how did they find an octopus that small?" Than it reminded me of a story that my sister's boyfriend told. He went to a restaurant in Japan with some clients and was served a live octopus. He said it was still moving even when he squeezed lemon on its tentacles. That's just weird. If it was me, I'd be playing with it. I would want to throw it against the wall to see if it climbs down using its tentacles.
They're not actually alive ( its the acidity in lemon juice/soy sauce that makes the nerve endings twitch and it makes them look alive...still doesn't make it any less weird though, aye!!! hahaha
I looks so real!!
This is so good!
Where i can find resin?? i would like try to do this (but i think that it will be a challenge)