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Reversed Ink Aquarelle Reveals Aesthetically Rewarding Results 2m15s

Reversed Ink Aquarelle Reveals Aesthetically Rewarding Results

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoon s, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. If you want to see the technique of aquarelle reversed, you are in the right place. All you need to do is play the video on the top of the page and let TutoDraw teach you how to do it. The artist first paints the images on paper using nothing but brush and water. In order to achieve the final surprise effect permeating through all Jordan Molina’s videos, this part is left out. Then, the artist only methodically touches the wet spots of the paper with a bit of black ink. The result is an amazing and aesthetically rewarding experience. Watch! The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only in sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos have millions of views and every time he invents a new design; he makes his video tutorial go viral. If you liked his designs, or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will have many videos with his designs and tutorials on how to paint in 3D .

Worsanx
Published: April 27, 201649,670 views
 Artist Draws Optical Illusions On The Palm Of His Hand4m12s

Artist Draws Optical Illusions On The Palm Of His Hand

You will have to look twice to convince yourself these are not real! French visual artist Jordan Molina, who goes by the moniker TutoDraw, is able to create realistic 3D spiders and wormholes in the palm of his hand, using just paint and a few colored pencils! Holes, swimming pools, skeleton hands, even and Iron Man gauntlet that looks like it might shoot a laser at you anytime now can be seen on Jordan’s left hand. Whatever he paints, looks exceptionally real. Jordan demonstrates the creative process behind every one of his amazing handcrafts, from sketching them out with a pencil, to coloring, contouring, shading and highlighting. That spider looks like it might jump in your face! The 22-year-old prefers grotesque themes and revolting designs, like a wound that can be zippered shut. He specializes in hyperrealism and believes that anyone can learn how to draw like he does - all it takes is passion. “My trick is observing and understanding the construction of a drawing." says the artist. “I myself improved by practicing on paper, but the internet and digital drawing helped me massively, especially drawing on a graphics tablet." Well, there you have it! If you really want it, all you have to do is work hard for it! Now grab those pencils and a block of paper and get drawing!

Worsanx
Published: March 22, 2016344,379 views
Awesome Iron Man 3D hand art2m36s

Awesome Iron Man 3D hand art

Artist Jordan Molina, also known as TutoDraw, shows us how to unleash your inner Tony Stark and create a realistic 3D Iron Man hand art. Try it out yourself!

Worsanx
Published: February 24, 20168,187 views
Incredible 3D Speed Drawing Of Star Wars Stormtrooper3m15s

Incredible 3D Speed Drawing Of Star Wars Stormtrooper

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoons, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. The time-lapse video shows Jordan Molina draws a hyper-realistic sketch of a stormtrooper, one of the drone characters from the uber-popular movie hit “Star Wars”. Starting with a blank sheet of paper, Molina sketches the outlines and continues with the shading using a black marker pen. The depth and plasticity are given to this drawing near the end of the video when the artist applies the shine using white paint. If you haven’t heard so far, Molina will appear in the newest arc of the Star Wars ongoing series from Marvel. “May the 4th be with you!” The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only in sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos have millions of views and every time he invents a new design; he makes his video tutorial s go viral. If you liked his designs, or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will have many videos with his designs and tutorials on how to paint in 3D.

Worsanx
Published: October 12, 201537,466 views
3 Words into Cartoon1m59s

3 Words into Cartoon

how to make a drawing from a word ! You Can Turn Words dog, lol, bear Into a Cartoon. Simple step-by-step.

Worsanx
Published: December 17, 201515 views
Culinary Art Coming Straight From The Kitchen Of Jordan Molina2m05s

Culinary Art Coming Straight From The Kitchen Of Jordan Molina

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoons, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. For this drawing, you will need 375g of flour, 45cl of milk, 45g sugar, 95g of butter, a pinch of salt, 3 eggs and a 1 packet of yeast, and some chocolate powder for the color. Do not forget the drawing surface – a flat Teflon frying pan. No, this is definitely not a joke. This is culinary art coming straight from the kitchen of Jordan Molina. Watch the time-lapse video on the top of the page and with a bit of sweet effort you will learn to recreate the optical illusion pancake we called “Crepe de la Vortex”. The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only with sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos having millions of views and every time he invents a new design he makes his video tutorial go viral. If you liked his art , or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will find have many examples and useful tips, especially on how to paint in 3D.

Worsanx
Published: September 28, 20154 views
Trick Art Drawing A 3D Labyrinth Illusion3m32s

Trick Art Drawing A 3D Labyrinth Illusion

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoons, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. Using nothing more than paper and various types of drawing pencils in combination with his keen observation and understanding the construction of a drawing Jordan Molina, dazzles us with this incredible 3D optical illusion illustration of a labyrinth. His fans often say he “destroys” his pencils while drawing and the process shown above clearly supports their conclusion. He documented the entire process in this mesmerizing time-lapse video. Check it out! The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only with sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos having millions of views and every time he invents a new design he makes his video tutorial go viral. If you liked his designs, or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will find have many examples and useful tips, especially on how to paint in 3D.

Worsanx
Published: November 16, 201446,616 views
A Time-Lapse Video Showing You How To Draw A Violet Realistic Amethyst2m33s

A Time-Lapse Video Showing You How To Draw A Violet Realistic Amethyst

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoons, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. Using nothing more than paper and various types of drawing pencils in combination with his keen observation and understanding the construction of a drawing Jordan Molina, dazzles us with this incredible 3D illusion illustration of a lifelike violet amethyst. His fans often say he “destroys” his pencils while drawing and the process shown above clearly supports their conclusion. He documented the entire process in this mesmerizing time-lapse video. Check it out! The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only with sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos having millions of views and every time he invents a new design he makes his video tutorial go viral. If you liked his art , or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will find have many examples and useful tips, especially on how to paint in 3D.

Worsanx
Published: November 12, 20143,568 views
Artist Creates A Hole In His Palm For The Sake Of Art 38s

Artist Creates A Hole In His Palm For The Sake Of Art

Jordan Molina, or better known under the pseudonym TutoDraw, is a 22-year-old French draftsman and YouTuber renowned worldwide for his hyper-realistic achievements in the 3D technique and the quality of his speed drawing. He experiments with several techniques: 3D painting being his most attractive one for the mass audience, but also is remarkably successful in cartoons, aquarelle and hyper-realistic drawings of food you can almost reach for and put in your mouth. If you want to freak people out, you might want to take a look at this video. This is hyperrealism brought to you on the palm of your hand. His keen observation and understanding the construction of a drawing is employed in this optical illusion illustration of a hole in the middle of his palm. It is a show of his ability to "destroy" his hand in pursuit of art. But do not worry, it is not real -it is hyperreal. The most interesting part of Molina’s story is that this budding artist does not contend only in sharing the finished results of his works, he also shows us how to achieve them (hence the name of his chain). The hyperrealism of Molina has led to his videos have millions of views and every time he invents a new design; he makes his video tutorial go viral. If you liked his designs, or want to learn how to draw, you can see more on TutoDraw, his website, where you will have many videos with his designs and tutorials on how to paint in 3D. it out!

Worsanx
Published: July 6, 201534,501 views