Paintings are not something new, but 3D body paintings may seem strange for you. 3D painting is really one of the most fascinating things that have been brought to us by art. It is completely different from the traditional painting that we used to see in different or uncommon artworks especially those that were created by famous artists. 3D painting is really stunning since it is not only based on creativity and imagination, but it is also based on using a new technique which makes us believe that what we see is real and not just a painting. 3D painting has recently appeared, however, it spreads rapidly and its popularity increases every day to be found in different places like streets and can also be created on different objects even the body to get what is called 3D body painting.
There are several ways that can help us to make our bodies catchier such as wearing accessories and tattoos but there are some people who do not like body tattoos because they are difficult to be removed and cannot be changed easily making 3D body paintings a good alternative to the tattoos that we see. There are 3D boy tattoos that are really impressive and look like those real objects that we see. If you like those 3D body tattoos but do not want to get them on your body because you will not be able to remove them again, why do not you think of the 3D body paintings?
There are countless things that you can paint on your body and they differ in their sizes to suit the part that you want to decorate. For small parts of the body like arms, legs and even face, you can get those small 3D body paintings while the large ones can be created on your back. 3D body paintings are mainly based on optical illusion as when you see these amazing paintings on your body or any other person’s body, you will think that the paintings are carved in the body or pop out from the body to scare you.
How can we create these stunning and marvelous 3D body paintings? Some artists use acrylic paint since it is suitable for most of the parts of our bodies, while there are others who use make-up especially for the parts on which you cannot apply acrylic paint like the mouth. There are some artists who make use of the whole body to paint it and make it look as if it is part of a larger painting or view. So, what do you think of these 3D body paintings? Are they really interesting?