Artist Creates Temporary 3D Paintings On Her Left Hand – Design You Trust

Artist Creates Temporary 3D Paintings On Her Left Hand

According to Iantha Naicker: “I really enjoy creating 3D paintings on my left hand and filming the process. I use two types of watercolor pencils – Lyra, because it’s soft and light – Karat, because it’s a little harder and darker and creates depth. I mix them with water and acrylic colors. I will be taking a break from 3D paintings on my hand as I’m going to be focusing on other types of artwork.”

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