You are shocked that what you see below really is an image of three women, turned into a giant majestic wolf by an illusionary artist Johannes Stötter. How the act of imagination is finished.
Black Wolf. White Wolf. Grey wolves, or wolves of wood, are canines, often black-typed with long bushy tails. They usually have a mix between gray & brown with buffy facial and underside markings, but the color may differ from firm white to brown or black. Gray wolves look like a big German shepherd somewhat.
His legendary body-painting skills allowed him to do so. Stötter was in love with nature, this young talented Italian artist, whose ideas and inspirations it draws from.
He created several body painting illusions of wildlife animals and the Internet broke through these optical illusions. According to Stötter, this particular illusion took him 8 solid hours of drawing. As normal, he used his art medium female models.
It took them long hours of persistence and enduring a lot of exhaustion to twist this place for hours from my estimates before the painting was mastered, but the outcome is nevertheless enormous.
He ran into the 3 women’s bar, Stötter says, and one of them used to model him. They talked about his work and one of the ladies asked him if he could make a wolf’s illusion.
To obtain his desired result, Stötter took a lot of time to draw up and check how to pose the ladies.
See the following incremental illustrations:
Step 5 :
Wow, it’s wonderful!
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